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If your linen closet is, well, out of control, you’re way overdue for a reorganization. Rather than just folding up every bath towel and putting it back in the same space, invest in a set of storage bags, the kind that’s designed to keep everything super clean.
Start with Amazon’s Dokehom 3-Piece Storage Bags — they’re on sale right now for just $20. Each storage bag can hold up to 90 litres, making it plenty of room for seasonal clothes, blankets, holiday decorations, toys, photos, baby clothes, comforters, and more. The bags are woven from a three-ply composite fabric, which allows them to hold their shape, promote ventilation and, most importantly, protect whatever is inside. Once everything is sealed, you won’t have to worry about odors, moisture or dust getting in.
The bags are finished with reinforced handles and stitching, preventing them from splitting due to excess weight. A set of heavy-duty two-way zippers allow you to slide the bags open in either direction. Plus, each bag has a see-through window, letting you see exactly what’s inside. And when you’re not using them, just fold them up to save space until you need them again.
Buy it! Dokehom 3-Piece Storage Bags, $19.98 (originally $29.99); amazon.com
Hundreds of Amazon shoppers have given the storage bags a five-star rating, with many noting in reviews that they’re “very surprised” at how much they contain. One reviewer wrote, “It made so much more room in my linen closet,” while a second said, “They are much bigger than I expected!
Another user explained that they were “skeptical” about the ability of these bags to hold their large duvets. “Boy, I was wrong!” they said, adding, “I was able to easily fit a very puffy king-size down comforter in one and a huge king-size comforter in another.” They finished by enthusing, “These are sturdy, easy to stack and one of the best things I’ve bought.”