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Thursday, December 20, 2007

The TreeKeeper Bag

Christmas is only days away now. There's still so much to do and so little time to do it. One thing you probably haven't even considered yet is cleaning up once the holidays are over. Luckily for you, the TreeKeeper bag can take care of your artificial Christmas tree storage giving you one less thing to think about. 

Many people prefer the artificial tree for its convenience and lack of mess, but getting your tree set up and put away every year can be frustrating. The TreeKeeper seeks to eliminate this problem once and for all. 

With the TreeKeeper bag, you just zip the bag around your tree while it's still standing and move it right into storage. It's even easier if you get the TreeKeeper PRO. The PRO comes with a rolling tree stand, meaning that once you zip up your TreeKeeper bag, you can roll it right into a closet or storage space. There's even a TreeKeeper for decorated trees. These bag are designed to protect your ornaments while they're still on the tree. 

All the TreeKeeper bags are made of tough, resistant nylon fabric, protecting them from moisture, mildew, or anything else that your basement could throw at it. Next Christmas, all you have to do is wheel your tree right back out, unzip the bag, and you're ready to get festive. 

Once you've got your tree all figured out, check out some of the other products that has to help get you squared away for the holiday. There's the LightKeeper, which keeps your lights protected and organized. The WrapKeeper is used for wrapping paper and little odds and ends, such as tape and scissors. There's also the WreathKeeper, which as you've probably deduced, holds wreaths.


Anonymous Arletta said...

In my TreeKeeper Bag, I've pulled up the red string but need to loosen it. How do I do that?

January 20, 2008 6:05 PM  
Blogger TreeKeeperBag said...

To loosen the red string, grab and hold the strings closest to the Treekeeper bag with one hand and grab the black cinch cord toggle with your other hand. Push down with a great amount of pressure in the center of the cinch cord toggle and evenly pull outward to loosen your string.

January 25, 2008 2:30 PM  

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