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THEMAGAZINE storage bags can hold up to about a dozen magazines.

If you love to read and collect magazines, here is a good way to get organized and store them properly.

We usually end up with a ton of magazines at the end of each year. We donate some, and those we like are put on a shelf in our office.  Through the years, it’s been quite time-consuming for our staff to keep dusting them, and as the magazines get moved around, the pages get creased or torn.

On a recent trip to my favorite store, Saizen by Daiso in Market Market, I found these magazine storage bags. Priced magically cheap (since everything there is only P88), it is definitely an affordable way to store all our magazines neatly.

I bought several and ended up going back the next day for more.

The magazine storage bags can hold up to about a dozen magazines, and the clear sections of the bag allow you to see the spine, so identifying what you keep is made easy.  It’s perfect to keep monthly magazine subscriptions because you can arrange them by number and volume.

Now, it will be easy to organize and clean your magazine collections.

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  • WeAry_Bat

    I used the smaller types of those bags for my trips.  Clothes for day 1 bag, day 2 bag, etc. or move clothes from new to used. 

    Incidentally, they keep the volume within my bag to an organized level which even internal straps can’t do.

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