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Do you remember to take your cloth shopping bags into the supermarket?

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No I very rarely do!
And it annoys me so much when I get to the checkout that I have to take more plastic bags.
No matter what I do, it is something that I keep forgetting, even when I leave the bags in the car though from now on will remember to put them in the front seat and then I don't think I CAN forget - LOL
by Finy
We always have them in the back of the car, so we never forget to take them, but do forget to get them out and use them. We will have to use them soon, as the Plastic are being phased out, so no choice. When we were in Tasmania last year, I was surprised to see that they had eliminated plastic bags from their Woolies stores. Great idea. We are a bit slower here on the mainland.
I usually remember and will definitely have to do so with the WA plastic bag ban in supermarkets being implemented soon
5o% of the time.

The other 5o% of the time, I try to remember why? I'm in there!

Buy far more than we need.
"a few items" . . .bread, milk and half the store . . . Bahahahaha.
by Rice
I have loads of them and I am slowly getting better at remembering them as I hate the plastic bags.I keep a portable fold out bag in the back of my handbag for "a few items" . . . hahahaha, Jonaja . . . as if . .!! LOL
by Rice
Hooray Rice, Your very own silk 1. They are lovely & light aren't they? And it will always fit into your handbag!
by Miro
interesting how many bags, we will have to carry into the supermarket for our goods,maybe not enough,
easier to just pack everything back into the trolley and place into car boot where you have already placed bags or boxes.
good idea flaga!
by Finy
You are so right and I have resorted to this when I have realised, in store, that the danged bags are in the car! LOL. Feels like the old Jack The Slasher days. =^.^=
by Rice
I forget sometimes. I prefer my cloth bags. They are stronger and better for the environment. Granted I will take plastic bags at times to line the bin...won't be doing that when they transition them out...will have to buy them then...I guess the government can make money from the tax they charge the companies that produce the plastic bags...
by Vee
I use the superrnarket plastic bags for my household bin just the right size,
when these are phrased out I will be going back to what we used to do, wrap our household garbage in newspaper and nowadays we can also use the never ending unwanted advertising leaflets etc mostly from the supermarkets
looks like the recycling bin will not have much paper in it, probably none at all.


by flaga
Yes, always
by AJ
Always! I use the plain coloured 'silk' ones, & take what ever ones match the dress I'm wearing when I go shopping that day! (1 of our daughters gave me 8 of them 1 Christmas 4/5 years ago!) if people still want to use them, I think they should pay for them. That may make them remember to take their own bags from home!
by Miro
A friend bought me a really good silk one for Christmas and I am totally in love with it! So easy to fold and refold and weighs practically nothing. I never leave home without it now.
by Rice
Yes, Miro, they are lovely and mine has sheep on it!! I found a red one yesterday so now I have two and I can easily see that a collection of them would make it easier to shop. I find that those green/blue/pink/red etc. recyclable cloth bags do "give out" in the handle area eventually. Happy shopping Miro [̲̅$̲̅(̲̅5̲̅)̲̅$̲̅] :-))
by Rice
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