* Use them to line your bathroom bins. If your kitchen bin is small enough use them there too.
* Keep a few bags in your car glove box. They make great rubbish bags and sick bags,
* Use a bread bag when scooping out the kitty litter. Tie a knot in the top of the bag then deposit it in the bin. By doing this you won't have a yucky smell leaking out.
* When storing food in the freezer, use a bread bag as a double layer against freezer burn. I use cling wrap or a freezer bag to wrap the food then a bread bag as the outer layer.
* Use instead of cling wrap to cover a bowl in the fridge. If the bowl is small enough just slip it inside the bag and fold the excess plastic underneath. If you need to cover a large bowl, cut the bottom of the bag off. Then cut the bag length ways to get a wider piece of plastic. Cover your bowl and secure with a large rubber band.
|Drying the bags out|
NOTE - When you've finished eating the loaf of bread, make sure you turn the bags inside out, brush the crumbs off and dry for a couple of hours. This will avoid mould growing in the bags