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If you are using this to clip bags (i.e. tortilla chips, partially opened items etc), i just use binder clips. They are a lot stronger and cheaper. This is a 24 pack for the same price. https://www.amazon.com/ACCO-Binde...014&sr=8-7
I'm so cheap I use wooden clothespins with the spring...Been using them for years...

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Lowest price of all time per camel. Great find
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Such a small purchase, but getting these has been great to have around the house. I use them all the time for open bags in the pantry.
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If you are using this to clip bags (i.e. tortilla chips, partially opened items etc), i just use binder clips. They are a lot stronger and cheaper. This is a 24 pack for the same price. https://www.amazon.com/ACCO-Binde...014&sr=8-7
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If you are using this to clip bags (i.e. tortilla chips, partially opened items etc), i just use binder clips. They are a lot stronger and cheaper. This is a 24 pack for the same price. https://www.amazon.com/ACCO-Binde...014&sr=8-7 [amazon.com]
Those are a good deal, but they are missing the magnet you can use for example to stick them on the refrigerator and have them very accessible. Honestly, it would be good to have both types.
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$4 biglots
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Thanks and purchased. Was just looking for this the other day.
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I'm so cheap I use wooden clothespins with the spring...Been using them for years...
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I'm so cheap I use wooden clothespins with the spring...Been using them for years...
those turn some people on more then others with nipple pinching.
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those turn some people on more then others with nipple pinching.
Multipurpose...Best value...
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In for one
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Anybody used them side by side with the Ikea clips and care to comment which is better? We have been using Ikea ones for 4 years now. Overall useful, but if the bag has a lot of bunched up folds (like from a warehouse club size tortilla chips bag), it starts to bend in the middle to accommodate the volume. I'm not sure the grip keeps the air out as much as it could.
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I'm so cheap I use wooden clothespins with the spring...Been using them for years...
That's called Magnolia style now 😀
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I'm so cheap I use wooden clothespins with the spring...Been using them for years...
That's so rustic. I do the same hehe.
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