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If you’re anything like me, you may or may not have a giant monster plastic bag full of more plastic bags lurking somewhere in your home with all the plastic bags you’ve ever come across in your lifetime. Well, today I’m going to show you a very frugal way to organize plastic bags so your plastic bag monster doesn’t start taking over your home and eating your pets and small children.  Here’s how to organize plastic bags on a budget.

If you're anything like me, you may or may not have a giant monster plastic bag full of more plastic bags lurking somewhere in your home with all the plastic bags you've ever come across in your lifetime. Well, today I'm going to show you a very frugal way to organize plastic bags so your plastic bag monster doesn't start taking over your home and eating your pets and small children. Here's how to organize plastic bags on a budget.

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If you're anything like me, you may or may not have a giant monster plastic bag full of more plastic bags lurking somewhere in your home with all the plastic bags you've ever come across in your lifetime. Well, today I'm going to show you a very frugal way to organize plastic bags so your plastic bag monster doesn't start taking over your home and eating your pets and small children. Here's how to organize plastic bags on a budget.

If you're anything like me, you may or may not have a giant monster plastic bag full of more plastic bags lurking somewhere in your home with all the plastic bags you've ever come across in your lifetime. Well, today I'm going to show you a very frugal way to organize plastic bags so your plastic bag monster doesn't start taking over your home and eating your pets and small children.

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How to Organize Plastic Bags

Ok, all you need for this project is an empty Lysol container and a bunch of your plastic bags! Depending on how large your plastic bag collection has gotten, this might not hold all of them, but you could always use more than one of these and put them in different rooms – like one in the kitchen, one in the bathroom, one for your pets, etc.  Yes, this is a little sketchy.  It’s either this or a giant bag of bags.

Just use up and dry out a Lysol wipe container or similar (the bigger, the better), take off the outside label, and then you have a nice little container with a spout at the top that’s perfect for pulling out plastic bags. Some people recommend doing fancy rolling things to get the plastic bags to come out in a neat little manner, but I just stuffed them all in there and it works just fine. 😃 So stuff your plastic bags in there (don’t over-stuff), and then you can pull them out at the top like I’ve done in the picture above (and, you know, close the lid when you’re done).

That’s it! That’s my method for how to organize plastic bags.

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If you're anything like me, you may or may not have a giant monster plastic bag full of more plastic bags lurking somewhere in your home with all the plastic bags you've ever come across in your lifetime. Well, today I'm going to show you a very frugal way to organize plastic bags so your plastic bag monster doesn't start taking over your home and eating your pets and small children. Here's how to organize plastic bags on a budget.


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Sandra L Garth

Tuesday 8th of August 2017

I was hoping you weren't going to say roll them, thank you!!!!

Katie

Thursday 10th of August 2017

Haha you're welcome! :)

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Wednesday 14th of September 2016

This is such a great idea! Right now I have all of mine shoved in a giant mason jar :) And I also wanted to mention that the Wednesday "To Grandma's House We Go" link party just started over at grandmashousediy.com and I thought you might be interested in joining it, thanks!

Katie

Wednesday 14th of September 2016

A mason jar would work too! :)

Sarah Carletti

Wednesday 14th of September 2016

Great idea! I'm going to do this!

Katie

Wednesday 14th of September 2016

Good luck!

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