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Tape Handle

Stick a handle on your toilet paper.
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When grocery shopping, if an item is too large and/or you don't want another bag, these plastic tape handles with two sticky ends would easily be taped on the top or sides for easy carrying.
Giblet, Jul 09 2007

Alternative hi-tech solution http://images.jupit.../60/77/22617760.jpg
[Ling, Jul 09 2007]

tape handles http://products3.3m...Handler/output_html
have seen these for years from 3M [cblunds, Jul 09 2007]

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       A gallon jug of water I often buy with a strong plastic handle went to this mode of handle recently. I wondered about the decision at the corporate level to do that.
normzone, Jul 09 2007
  

       You'd think that a handle would be incorporated into the packaging itself.   

       + I like it, esp. for things they decide do not need a bag, because they aren't the ones who have to carry everything into the house.
I have seen plastic handles with loops for carrying a bunch of bags at one time. Just hope your tape handles will hold.
xandram, Jul 09 2007
  

       The last thing we need are more long chain polymers. Get a canvas utility bag. [-]
nuclear hobo, Jul 09 2007
  

       I have seen these for years for large bulky items that do not fit well in bags. See 3M link, may be marketed by others as well.
cblunds, Jul 09 2007
  

       Got to go with [NH] on this one.
nomocrow, Jul 09 2007
  
      
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