Grab Bag Reusable Shopping Bags - Review

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
Here in Texas, there are a number of cities, such as Austin, that have banned plastic grocery bags. It's required that shoppers bring their own bags to carry home groceries. Although my little town doesn't yet require it, I prefer to use them anyway because it's better for the environment. The new Grab Bag reusable shopping bags have features I've not seen on any other bags.
Grab Bags come in sets of two and fold up completely flat for easy storage. In fact, they fit into the pocket behind the driver's seat in my car. A velcro tab keeps them closed and you can either tuck the handles inside the folds or you can leave them hanging out for handy carrying into the store.
The earth-friendly material cleans easily with just a quick wipe with a damp cloth. I like to add a bit of soap to my cloth to make sure they are truly clean because I buy lots of produce. Each bag will hold up to 40 pounds of items!
Each Grab Bag features two black bars that run along the top of the bag. Those black bars have clips at both ends to clip directly onto the shopping cart. They hug the shopping cart securely, even if the bag isn't touching the bottom of the inside of the cart. The elastic along the top of the other two sides stretches open to fit (then later closes to keep all my stuff inside).
I like to open mine up as soon as I get to the grocery store and put my items in the bags, because there's no way to tell if there are germs in the carts. Yes, I also use a disinfecting wipe across the cart handle. I guess I have a bit of a germ phobia, but I can blame that on a nasty flu virus I once caught. Grab Bags are extremely well-made and perform perfectly for me every time.
Grab Bags open up to hold bunches of grocery items! One bag will hold the equivalent of about six of those cheap, flimsy plastic grocery bags. When I get to the checkout, I take my stuff out of the bags so the cashier can ring it all up, then put them right back in the bags. The big opening makes it very quick and easy to bag when I'm done paying my bill.
Those velcro tabs I mentioned earlier have another use! Once the bag is full, the velcro folds over to close the Grab Bag for easy carrying. The bags don't tip over in the car because they are wide and flat on the bottom. What used to take me five trips back and forth to carry groceries into my house, now takes me one trip with one Grab Bag in each hand. There's even a big pocket in front to hold all my coupons, my wallet, and my phone.
Grab your Grab Bags at www.grabbag.com. Customers ordering today will receive 2 Grab Bags for just $14.99 with free shipping . As a special bonus, you'll have the option to also order an Insulated Bag for hot/cold items for a separate charge of $14.99 and your entire order will ship for FREE, a savings of $7.99.

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