dunnage bags. I don’t know why they have to be called dunnage bags, and why they can’t just be called bumper bags, because they are exactly like the bumpers at the bowling alley, and they more or less do the same job. However, the nifty thing about these clever contraptions, found under custom shipping bags at PackagingSupplies.com, is that they are made out of plastic and not vinyl, so they weigh less, which means that someone is going to save some money. Offered in many different shapes and sizes, the only accessory you need is an inflator gun. If you think you may not need an inflator gun, let me put it this way: 30 seconds by inflator gun or 3 days by mouth. Take your pick.
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What are the odds that you would need some bin liners? Or some ice bags? Do you own your own newspaper? Do you own a dry-cleaning store? Do you run a bakery? PackagingSupplies.com has all of these custom shipping bags: newspaper bags, garments bags, bread bags. If you aren’t in need of the actual bags, consider some of the accessories, like the bag dispenser stand, or the bag sealer, or packing list envelopes or even foam pouches. On the off chance that you aren’t interested in all of this newfangled material, you can order yourself some plain old, straight-up garbage bag liners and save yourself a trip to the store.