Friday, July 10, 2015

PackAways Plastic Storage Box Review

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Disclosure: I received the below items in exchange for my honest review. All opinions and experiences are my own and may differ from those of your own. 

PackAways were invented by Technology Container Corp. and are manufactured in the USA. All of TTC's products are made exclusively in the US. TTC is the largest plastic box manufacturer in the world with more plastic box capacity than the rest of the US. 

TTC created PackAways because they realized consumers needed durable, versatile and easy-to-use storage boxes that could also fold down flat for easy storage to keep them out of the way when not in use. Corrugated plastic that is moisture-resistant, flexible and durable. They also have a Wipe Away Rewrite-able panel so you can label your storage boxes.

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We received several of the Classic PackAways ($8.75-$10.10ARV/EA). These Classic PackAways come in three generous sizes; 12 Gallon, 16 Gallon and 21 Gallon. The Classic PackAways are great multi-use storage contains for just about anything you can think of! From seasonal items to sport equipment and more! The easy fold top means no lost covers to search for, it's an all in one storage container.

I used mine for storing the kids' out grown clothing as well as winter clothes during the summer and summer clothes in the winter. I even used one of the PackAways to store some of my yarn that I have in my stash since I do not have a display shelf for it. Now that I have a stash of fabric, I'd love a few PackAways for my fabric as well.

Easy to Open. Easy to Collapse.
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PackAways also offers Totes and Under Bed Storage Containers, all feature the wipe able label and are all easy to fold and open. 

Totes PackAways ($9.50/ea)

Under Bed PackAways ($18.55ARV)
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All PackAways come in Blue, Green, Pink and White.

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Which PackAway do you like most? What would you put in your PackAway?

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