Vaccuum storage bags

Anyone got any recommendations for really good ones?  I’ve had mine for a few years.  They have always gradually sucked in air but over months. One now won’t seal at all, the others seem to seal but suck in air and return to normal size almost immediately.  

I want to store a duvet and pillows.


  • KatiehoundKatiehound Forumite
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    Honestly haven't found any that work except for the first time: after that: 10 on the useless scale- 10 being the worst!!
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    -Stash busting: 337 in 2022 Stash busting: in 2023. 18 doggy duvets, 13 bags, 2 scrunchies, 2 mittens, 2 bootees, 3 glass cases = total 40 ...£3.98 spent
  • bouicca21bouicca21 Forumite
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    I rather suspected that.  So no point in buying super expensive ones, cheap tat works just as well (i.e. badly).  Vaccuum packing isn’t just about space, the spare bedding needs to go in my garage which is damp.

  • The ones from Primark seem good, but I have only used them once xx
    With love, POSR <3
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