Cleaning a large clothing bag is a bit of a tricky task and involves some clever and dirty tricks.
First things first: get it clean.
First, you’ll need to take out the stuff you’ll be using in your clothing bag.
For me, that’s the clothes I’m wearing.
Then you’ll want to remove as much of the clothes as possible from the bag.
You can remove all the clothes from the top of the bag (if it’s not already there) by pulling the top away from you.
Then pull the bottom off and place it on the floor, so it doesn’t get stuck on things like other bags.
Remove the clothes, and then take a picture of the contents of the bags contents.
Then take a clean cloth and a pair of scissors and trim the excess.
Then fold the cloth over itself to form a rope, so you can untie it without damaging the bag or the clothes.
Finally, you need to remove the bag and place the bag in a small box with some air holes.
Make sure the air holes are big enough to keep the bag closed, and if you’re using the back of the box, you should put the lid on the bag to prevent it from getting caught on stuff that may have fallen off the shelves.
The bag should be about the size of a standard-size suitcase.
For the large garments bag, you will need a 3-1/2-by-4-by 8-inch square of cardboard, or a 4-by 12-inch box.
It’s also a good idea to purchase some extra room on your desk for a smaller-sized garment bag.
(The back of my desk was so big that I had to buy a new desk for it.)
For a smaller garment bag that you’re only going to use for your clothes, you can simply use an old dress shirt or a pair for the top, and the bottom of the garment bag will remain uncluttered.
(And you don’t have to wear your clothes in the bag at all, either.)
You can also use an extra-large garment tag to secure the bag securely to the wall, or to hang it on a hook, like you would a purse.
The last thing you need is a zipper.
You could, of course, make your own zipper, but I don’t recommend it.
This will save you some time, effort, and materials.
Once the clothes are out of the way, you’re ready to clean them up.
(To help make this easier, I’ve included a checklist that includes some common clothes items that will need cleaning, and a list of laundry tools that you can use to make your clothes smell a bit better.)
First, remove all clothes that you don.
You don’t want to use them in your clothes bag, because they’re going to clog it up.
You’ll also want to take all the food, utensils, and other utensil items out of your clothes.
You also want your clothes to smell a little better, so use some perfume or dish soap and your hands to smell the clothes and then clean them.
If you’re like me, and you don “feel the need” to use any of the above items in your garment bag for the first time, just let it sit for a while and you’ll feel a difference.
Then, take all of the items you’ll use in your bag, including the clothing, out of it.
For example, you might take out a shirt, or shoes, and throw it away.
(I’m still trying to figure out how to take the clothes off of my clothes bag so I don