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17-05-2011
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Do you fill up your bag for storage?
Today I concluded that I need to store my bags more carefully, now they are everywhere and nowhere. I'm going to use their dustbags from now on, but I also want them to be filled.

I couldn't decide what is best to fill them up with, so that's why I'm curious: do you fill your bags for storage and what do you use?

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I stuff most of my unstructured bags when I'm not using them. I generally use old t-shirts...I guess I should come up with something a bit better

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I fill them up with scarves... basically because I have no-where else to put them

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I re-use the packaging materials that some of my bags came with.
If not, bubble wrap or tissue paper (the type they wrap purchases in) are also some of my options.

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Tissue paper, bubble wrap, original packaging. I always keep mine in dust bags.

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18-05-2011
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Hmm bubble-wrap would work for me, now I have used clothes that I'm not wearing anymore after reading hebden's comment, but that's not practical when I want to use them!

More good ideas?

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24-05-2011
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Quote:
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I fill them up with scarves...
THIS

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I usually keep mine in their dustbags but I don't fill them up with anything

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27-06-2011
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I fill my bigger bags with smaller bags like Russian nesting dolls.

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^That's such a cute comparison

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24-07-2011
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I used mini cushions/pillows, and then put them in their dust-bag.

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Old tshirts and air pillows. I fill my bags and then dust bag them.

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25-07-2011
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i'm with hebden on the old t-shirt or sweater thing...
i guess a scarf would work, but you'd need several to fill most bags enough...

it's an old styling trick...
:p

otherwise...
i do use bubble wrap at times...
i usually keep them on a shelf and just lay the dust bags or some other protective cloth over the top of all of them...
this way they are still visible and accessible whilst being protected...


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Stuffing Bags
Yes, I stuff only my softer bags with tissue or other paper. I like the idea of putting them in each other like nesting dolls though. Great idea. Teehee!

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I really should cause I notice how some of them loose their shape, but usually they just stay in the dustbags

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