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Wacky Uses for
Ziploc® Storage Bags

  • Keep passports waterproof. Store your passport in a Ziploc Storage Bag.
  • Protect important papers. Store tax forms, important records, canceled checks, receipts, warranties, and instructions in a Ziploc Storage Bag.
  • Store camping items. Carry utensils, food, clothes, maps, medications, and first aid supplies in Ziploc Storage Bags.
  • Carry a wet sponge or cloth for sticky fingers. Travel with your own dampened wipe in a Ziploc Storage Bag.
  • Separate lingerie, scarves, gloves, hosiery, and handkerchiefs. Organize your smaller garments in Ziploc Storage Bags.
  • Keep jewelry together. Organize rings, earrings, necklaces, and brooches in Ziploc Storage Bags.
  • Improvise a diaper changing mat. In an emergency, a jumbo Ziploc Storage Bag can be a used as an easy-to-tote changing mat.
  • Carry dirty diapers in a baby bag without any offending odors. Keep extra Ziploc Storage Bags in your baby bag so you can seal dirty diapers inside a plastic bag until you can dispose of them properly. This is especially considerate when visiting friends' homes.
  • Carry snacks. When traveling, pack snacks in Ziploc Storage Bags.
  • Carry a change of baby clothes. Pack a change of clothes for a baby in a Ziploc Storage Bag. In separate bags, store a pacifier, cotton balls, and medication. Place all the items in a jumbo zippered Storage Bag and keep it in the baby bag.
  • Pack toiletries when you travel. Keep all your toiletry items together in a Ziploc Storage Bag and prevent any unexpected leaks or spills.
  • Store game pieces. Never lose dice, cards, playing pieces, or small toys again.
  • Pack seasonal items away. Store leftover holiday greeting cards, valentines, and halloween decorations in Ziploc Storage Bags.
  • Pack a child's suitcase with ease. Organize your children's outfits in jumbo Ziploc Storage Bags. Put a matching top, bottom, a pair of underwear and socks in each bag, so kids know exactly what they're going to wear each day of a vacation.
  • Marinate meats. Combine your food and marinade ingredients in a Ziploc Storage Bag and refrigerate.
  • Store crayons. Keep a few crayons in a Ziploc Storage Bag for trips so kids always have something to do in restaurants.
  • Store leftovers. Keep leftovers for single servings in Ziploc Storage Bags for quick meals.
  • Organize store coupons. Keep coupons in Ziploc Storage Bags for easy reference.
  • Make potpourri. Collect dried roses, juniper sprigs, tiny pine cones, strips of orange rind, bay leaves, cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, and allspice berries. Mix a few drops of rose, cinnamon, and balsam oils with orrisroot (available at your local crafts store). Add all ingredients and seal in a Ziploc Storage Bag for a few weeks to mellow, turning the bag occasionally.
  • Store jigsaw puzzles. Keep all the pieces in a Ziploc Storage Bag so you never lose that one pivotal piece of the puzzle again.
  • Store screws, nuts, and bolts. Organize nuts, bolts, drill bits, nails, washers, and screws in the workshop.
  • Store crafts. Organize paintbrushes, ribbons, beads, glues, and strings in Ziploc Storage Bags.
  • Store leftover garden seeds. Seal seeds and put them in a cool, dry place until ready for planting.
  • Pipe icing on a cake. Fill a pint-size Ziploc Storage Bag with icing, twist the bag to force icing to one corner, seal, and use scissors to snip a small bit off the corner. Squeeze out icing to make polka dots, squiggles, or write names. Use a separate bag for each color.
  • Clean a shower head. If a shower head can not be removed for cleaning, fill a Ziploc Storage Bag with Heinz White Vinegar, wrap it around the shower head, and secure in place overnight with a rubber band.


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