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Custom Bag Recycling

I was biking down the street today and I saw one of the old green Recycle Program signs. These are a remnant from the ’90s when recycling was taken about as seriously as those signs that said $100 fine for not picking up your dog poop. It brought me back to the innocence of the […]

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The Many Uses for Plastic Bags

Plastic bags. You can cover last night’s pasta in them. Build a bag sculpture. Recycle them. Twist them into a braid. This is a fun game to play with your children. You name something and talk about all of the things you could possibly do with them. It’s a good way to spur entertainment and […]

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Die Cut Bags and Custom Bags

Die cut bags are a big deal because they allow you to hold things with ease. When they are overburdened they can cut into your hand leaving those white lines that show a lack of blood flow and the surrounding areas puffy red from restriction. It is a good idea not to overburden die cut […]

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Doorknob Bags Make a Difference

Doorknob bags are a quite ingenious invention. They are cut to fit on doorknobs, for those who don’t know, and hold papers and small items that can appeal to potential customers. Let’s say you have a Chinese restaurant. Instead of the traditional marketing plan of putting menus in doors, you could put a menu in […]

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How to Attract Customers With A Custom Bag

A custom bag should have a nice design. You can develop it yourself or hire someone to do it for you but either way it should be attractive. Think about it like this. If you saw a custom bag with green beans inside, how would you be attracted to the bag? What colors would make […]

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Carrying Plastic Bags and Their Appeal

I was watching a movie the other night from the mid-90s and the main characters were taking in their groceries from the car in big paper bags. It made the movie seem surprisingly dated. I enjoyed it, though. Good movie. Plastic bags are just so much stronger than paper. If paper gets wet, it tears. […]

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Choosing a Plastic Manufacturer

The word bag is probably from Old Norse baggi  which is related to the Old French bague, meaning bundle or pack, and to Medieval Latin, baga for chest or sack. In Middle English, it was bagge until they dropped the -ge. Today bag has many definitions, and can be used slangily or formally for a […]

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Alexander Parkes and His Plastic Bags

Alexander Parkes grew up under brass. His father made brass locks and he was an apprentice to a brass founder. After he learned about electroplating he took out his first patent when he was twenty-eight, and didn’t stop there. He patented a process of silver plating, so that when Prince Albert visited his plant, he […]

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A Custom Bag (for Fish)

If I had the chance to design a custom bag it would feature a cool graphic on it along with a clever phrase. I’d steer clear of cheesy images, and depending on how clever I could be, I’d make my graphic just words. That is acceptable, and preferable probably, unless you sell fish, or other […]

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Recycle Plastic Bags as Garbage Bags

You may think I’m weird but I really get pleasure out of opening plastic envelopes and throwing them away. Especially when the garbage already smells and it’s that much closer to being filled, or even better, when it’s the last scrap on the pile and I can tie it up in one of the die […]

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