Wow lids - what's your thoughts?

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    I've seen them before under a different name (same concept) but never thought to myself I should go out and find these for home. Looks novel but I'm not sure it's worth using over a common clothes peg to do the job.
     
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    Yeah those pegs look pretty cool - another handy thing to keep in the draw and saves having to tie the bag up etc.
     
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    Those sealing clips are a great and practical idea. More air tight, just needs an area the size of the clip to attach to it. Not bad.
     
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    Yes those clip from Ikea are great I use then all the time . There are a few different sizes , if the opening is bigger than the clip I just fold the bag or what ever the opening in half etc. Occasionally I have seen then at Woolies or Coles (can't remember) . I also use then for bread bags etc
     
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