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Packing Clothes

So, the Man Beast informs me the other day that I cannot leave the clothes in the dresser drawers for moving. (It's too heavy, he says. Like that's a good excuse!)

This all fine and dandy, but the question remains: how do I pack the clothes?

To pack them in boxes seems like a waste of boxes.
To pack them in suitcases means we run out of suitcases.

A part of me just wants to pack them in (clean) trash bags and call it a day.

So, my question to you is: how do you pack clothes?


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  1. I either put them in tubs or garbage bags. Simple and easy. Just make sure that you don't accidentally throw them away though. lol

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  2. when i move i put clothes in trash bags if i dont leave them in the dressers.

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  3. we either leave them on hangers, rubber band each room together, or we leave them in the drawers and take the drawers out of the dresser

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  4. Okay...trash bags it is! :)

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  5. Thanks for stopping by my site and leaving me a comment! I'm glad I'm not the only one who can be a selfish brat...

    I've done this two ways...leave the clothes in the drawers, take the drawers out of the dresser, move the dresser, then put the drawers back in. The other way I've done it is by using suitcases. Though I'm sure trash bags would work, too.

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  6. I might take the easy way out and just move the drawers. Especially if I'm able to move the boxes on my own so only the thing the Man Beast and his guy pals have to move is furniture.

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