Originally Posted by noyd666
haven't seen a spud bag for years moose, use to use them for lots of things, like water bags on front of cars lol, taste nasty.
These are tightly woven, coarse burlap, that, despite the tightness of the weave, are nicely breathable. They come with attached tying strings sewn in, though repeated washings in the machine with other garments often leads to a loss of the ties.
After this morning, I may well throw out all of the red/orange plastic mesh potato, onion, and orange bags, unless I can think of another use for them that doesn't involve potatoes.
Probably find another purpose for the heavy-duty wooden potato bins as well at this point. Last time I found an alternate use for them, it was to stand a larger motorized sewer snake on them, in order to level off the feed with the basement inlet to the septic line/field, to feed the snake more evenly.
Everything eventually has a purpose, whether initially considered or not.. Even me.