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March 22, 2011

Get away, don't throw away

ACM_133_SetFlat[2] You may remember a few weeks ago when we blogged 20+ uses for our reuseit brand recycled PET Stuff Sack. Now we're back with a new use for our recycled PET mesh produce bag set - travel helpers.

On a recent two-day trip, one of our staffers used the 11" x 10" mesh drawstring bags in lieu of large zip-top plastic bags to pack toiletries, kids toys and other items that might otherwise roll around inside luggage. The small stuff sack made an ideal holder for hair accessories.

Because the bags are mesh, she just strung them up in the shower which allowed any wet items inside (shampoo bottles, razors, toothbrushes, etc) to drip dry. For even smaller items she wanted to keep dry or separate from the rest, she used reusable snack bags.

For more waste-free travel ideas, check out our Gift for the Traveler!

Comments

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Because the bags are mesh, she just strung them up in the shower which allowed any wet items inside (shampoo bottles, razors, toothbrushes, etc) to drip dry.

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