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Does anyone know if you can buy the bags that Mark is talking about? I'm travelling next week and am looking forward to applying Marks advice, yet I don't have any dry cleaner bags and won't by the time I leave.

What are those bags actually called?

TomW's picture

heck, I'd say any large plastic bag would work.

What kind of trash bags do you use?

jhack's picture

If you aren't getting your shirts, slacks and suits dry cleaned, you should do it. Just once, to see the quality, and to get the bags.

John

jclishe's picture

[quote="jhack"]If you aren't getting your shirts, slacks and suits dry cleaned, you should do it. Just once, to see the quality, and to get the bags.

John[/quote]

I'm just saying that I don't have any bags currently; I throw them away when I get my clothes back from the dry cleaner. And I won't be going to the dry cleaner again before I leave for a trip on Sunday

jhack's picture

I bet if you asked your dry cleaner for a few, they'd give you a few.

John

jclishe's picture

Brilliant! Sometimes the best solutions are staring you in the face, eh? Thanks!

kklogic's picture

My grandmother used to use cheap plastic baggies (the kind you bought before ziplock came along). They still sell them and work great also. She's just pull them apart to roll things in or to put between layers.

James Gutherson's picture

[quote="jhack"]I bet if you asked your dry cleaner for a few, they'd give you a few.

John[/quote]

Yep. I just grabbed two today from my dry cleaners. They had one left over and gave me a new one.