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10/26/15 9:04 P

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I had, I don't know if your clothes would be permanently wrinkled. I have open one yet But I do know don't buy the cheap ones and can't over fill them

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10/26/15 9:02 P

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I have only used a space-bag to store the sheets and comforter for our sofa bed. When it's time to open it up and use again, the comforter puffs right back up. Sometimes the seal is kind of tricky to get just right and the bag won't deflate completely or easily loses the suction and slowly lets air back in. Overall, it works for my purposes when I get it right.

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10/26/15 8:22 P

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You know those bags you put stuff into and then suck out all the air with a vacuum hose to make the bag smaller? Does anyone here use them?



What I've always wondered about those things -- if you put sweaters or clothing into those bags don't they get permanently wrinkled after the air is sucked out? Whenever I see people using the bags on cleaning shows on TV they always look like big raisins -- all shriveled up. Do your clothes stay nice even after being compressed?

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