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Does it Work Wednesday: Bag Rack

Drew Schiller lives in Prospect, KY and invented the Bag Rack. It's an item that makes it easier to use those leftover plastic grocery bags...as garbage bags.

The Bag Rack has four main pieces that assemble with ease. It also comes with four suction cups for mounting on counters or other surfaces such as glass or fiberglass.

It seems to hold a good amount of trash, too.

You can hang it on a counter, and even a clean car. It evens holds a heavy electric cord we used simply to test its strength.

Problem is, make sure you attach those suction cups securely. The trick is to moisten them so they stay in place.

So, for ten bucks, this would be handy to have.  Perhaps, best of all, it's made in the Heartland.

This simple idea bags an excellent grade 'A' on this Does it Work test.

You can buy it at http://bagrack.com

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