Saturday, September 8, 2012

Packaways - Reusable Storage Boxes

We are constantly storing things in our house, especially as the kids have gotten older.  We've stored their toys, their winter/summer clothing, blankets, and more.  However, totes are expensive and when we remove items from them, we have a huge assortment of totes to store.  

With Packaways, the corrugated plastic, which is very durable, you just push on opposite corners and it folds in place or away into a flat box you can store.  Each bright box comes with two panels that you can use a china dry erase marker on and write what is in the box.  No more guessing! And you can even get several colors and coordinate what you store that way.

I just love them! I've put all of my seasonal decorations in them and marked them appropriately.  No more digging through several totes trying to find what I want.  These would be great for moving, ie kitchen, bath, bedroom.  Or if you have a child going to college, they would be fantastic, since they store so well.

Easy to open, easy to collapse, with the plastic they will last much longer against humidity and moisture and the bright colors and erasable panels make them user friendly.  They offer several colors and different sizes, so you're sure to find the perfect box to suit your needs.

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    1. I am totally agree to you Vanessa. These boxes are so fantastic. This boxes are the new storage way to store and kee your items organize and secure.



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