|#Sponsored: Smelly Proof Bags
Odors! What comes to mind when you think of household odors? I think of food in the fridge like onions or cheeses. I think cigar smoke and teenager baseball gear! Dirty diapers and after-camping laundry are more odors that are unpleasant. In the past, I have garbage bags and ziplock bags handy, but those get punctured and do not hold odors very well. Have you ever left a dirty diaper in a ziplock or those flimsy diaper trash bags in your car or diaper bag? You remember doing that because the odor was not pleasant!
SmellyProof Bags not only keep the odors in, they are puncture-proof bags and the sizes range from extra small to extra large. There is no odor too big or small for these bags. I immediately took some vegetables that I had left over and got them out of ziplock bags and into SmellyProof bags and then shut them in a fridge drawer. The next day and even still-no odor from my fridge! They are staying fresh in their SmellyProof bags. I love the feel of them-you know they are durable when they conform and have that extra protection feel to them. The zipper is durable and you really get the sense it is sealed tight. You can see below how it contained my red onion (the smelliest of vegies in my opinion) very well. Did I mention they have Oven Bags? If you are going to master a bag so durable, it only makes sense that one could use it to hold meats and juices as well!
About SmellyProof Storage Bags
- Sizes: 2×3, 4×3, 6×4, 6.5×6.5, 10x 8.5, 12×16. Oven Bags and Vacuum Seal Bags
- Uses: Camping laundry, tobacco odors, sports equipment & clothing, Foods & leftovers, fishing & tackle, soiled diapers and clothes, travel, pet messes and storage, tools & gardening and more…
- Meets and exceeds USDA standards for storage food items
- Reusable with heavy-duty locking zippers
- Liquid, moisture & puncture resistant
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Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.