Garment Saver Launches Eco-Friendly Bags To Pack A Change of Outfit
Company offers an alternative to single-use plastic bags for children and adult clothing
By: Garment Saver
Single-use plastic bags are often seen as an option for packing that extra wardrobe. There is, however, growing concerns over the devastating effects of single-use plastic bags on the environment and marine life (as cited in a report from The Center for Biological Diversity.
Garment Saver offers its new MARLO-Change of Outfit Bags as a better alternative to single-use plastic bags. They are packed with many exciting features:
They are re-usable - which makes them a more practical, long term investment than single-use plastic bags.They are designed in water-resistant nylon – so the clean clothing within them is protected from minor spills during transport. Plus, damp or dirty clothing can safely be carried once the outfit change is made. The ID ribbon tag, on each bag, enables a name or other information to be written on them, for easy identification. A bonus, if used for school-required clothing change for children in daycare through kindergarten.
"As a mom, I was looking for a more practical way to carry my young daughter's clothing for wardrobe emergencies at school and while doing away-from-home activities", says Sheryll Fraze, the owner of Garment Saver. "The inspiration for these stylish, versatile bags that can be used indefinitely came from this need."
The MARLO-Change of Outfit Bags includes drawstring bags (for clothing) and Velcro® closure pouches (for shoes and other items). They are available in a variety of sizes to fit clothing and accessories for both children and adults. They are priced starting from $14 (for a set of 2). They provide a versatile alternative to inexpensive plastic bags that can end up in landfills or in the general environment.
Garment Saver offers stylish solutions to make organizing and caring for your wardrobes easy. This includes clothing guards, specialty garment bags and modern pinafores for children. They also offer helpful tips on wardrobe care. Please visit them at http://www.garmentsaver.com