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If you’ve long said you’ve been planning to organize the house — but have been sweeping it for longer than you can remember — you finally have another opportunity to stay true to your word: spring cleaning. Here’s a chance to take back control of those creepy closets, and all you’ll have to do is snag a few storage bags to make your life easier.
Start with the Wappa Home Clear Zipper Storage Bags, which are only $9 each at Amazon right now. The durable bags are made from a very strong plastic material, so the bags are strong and won’t get holes over time. Each bag is equipped with a sturdy, reinforced zipper and two carrying handles, making it easy to transport the bags.
The bags are large enough to store various bulky items including blankets, comforters, pillows, towels, sweaters and toys. You’ll always know what’s in each bag thanks to the see-through material, so you won’t have to blindly rummage through each bag looking for a particular item. Each purchase comes with three bags, measuring 18 x 15 x 9 inches, which is large enough to store a queen comforter or a full set of bedding, including pillows.
Buy it! Wappa Home Clear Zipper Storage Bags, $26.99 (originally $29.99); amazon.com
More than 1,400 Amazon shoppers have given the storage bags a five-star rating, saying they’re “great for all types of storage” and calling them “the best storage bags.” Another user said“I thought these were going to be too small for my needs. But they seemed to keep absorbing more and more!”
One reviewer said he preferred these vinyl bags to others he’s tried, noting that the zippers on these were much stronger. They explained that they use the bags to store puzzles, Christmas decorations, linens and out-of-season clothes, noting that so far the bags have held up very well. The happy customer wrote, “I’m still finding new uses for them and ordering more.” Plus, they liked that the bags fit on the shelves “without any wasted space between them.”