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Vacuum storage bags for duvets

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LeninGrad Fri 25-Sep-09 13:32:12

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gnatbite Fri 25-Sep-09 21:18:39

I got some from Lakeland (not own brand but think they are the only ones they do) - I got the extra large ones which were quite expensive. They worked well until my sister came to stay and they would not re-vacuum when she left so I now have the duvet in the bag but full of air so totally pointless.

Today I was in poundland and saw that they had some in there, I am tempted to buy some to try as I wouldn't mind chucking them away if they didn't re-seal.

So not exactly a recommendation I'm afraid - but if you have a poundland near you, it might be worth a look!

bamboo Fri 25-Sep-09 21:21:20

I got some from a poundstretcher-type shop when we moved and they were fab. Have re-used them many times successfully too.

Lilymaid Fri 25-Sep-09 21:21:20

I've had the extra large ones from Lakeland too and they have lasted for several years - without being overcareful. They do seem quite flimsy for the weight of duvet that you put inside them but mine must be stronger than they look.

LeninGrad Fri 25-Sep-09 22:03:50

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NeedCoffee Fri 25-Sep-09 22:28:17

DON'T buy them from Home Bargains, I've had loads and they always leak, poundshop ones are brilliant though, sorry I don't know of any online.

LeninGrad Sat 26-Sep-09 15:43:53

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