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Old 19-05-2018, 08:06 PM
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You can use thin string, double knot it and use more than one piece. I also tie them to one way valves. Perfect for blow to pops.
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It is possible to knot bags while still "under pressure". But it is hard to explain how to do this. Especially since my prime language is not English.
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You can use thin string, double knot it and use more than one piece. I also tie them to one way valves. Perfect for blow to pops.
When trying a shoelace or rope or string or something similar, they "roll off" when the pressure inside the bag increases.
Also when using multiple strings or ropes and always double knotting.
At least when I do it.
So I'm not able to seal them properly like this.
Is this just me?
Am I doing something wrong?

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It is possible to knot bags while still "under pressure". But it is hard to explain how to do this. Especially since my prime language is not English.
Mine neither, haha
Maybe you could make a video showing how, if you'd want to?
I don't know...
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Old 22-05-2018, 08:27 AM
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https://youtu.be/Ly7qtampUCQ I made that video ages ago after someone else wanted to know how to do it.
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Default Re: Anyone else into bin liners, garbage bags?
I actually never played much with garbage bags, but this week I opened up a new pack that immediately made me think of this thread. The bags turned out to be very black, and glossy. Also very smooth - it really reminded me of how wet latex looks. I wouldn't know if they're very strong as I didn't play with it, but they're by some brand called Dumil. Who knows, maybe I should try to B2P one.

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Old 25-05-2018, 08:24 AM
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I actually never played much with garbage bags, but this week I opened up a new pack that immediately made me think of this thread. The bags turned out to be very black, and glossy. Also very smooth - it really reminded me of how wet latex looks. I wouldn't know if they're very strong as I didn't play with it, but they're by some brand called Dumil. Who knows, maybe I should try to B2P one.

You should give it a go. When they're really tight, they almost feel like balloons too. If you're lucky it'll stretch loads as well.
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Got a few tips for anyone who wants to try a bag b2p. For the best experience you want something like this bag.
https://youtu.be/0qurOydqLOk
They stretch and have a good pop to them but are hard to find. They're usually used as packaging. They get tight and feel really smooth. The thicker ones can get really hard.

The other type of bag is this one.
https://youtu.be/xxmXxJ2FG9c
They aren't quite as good but are easy to get. They're just standard garbage bags, but some are better than others. They are quite soft until they're about to burst. When they do pop it's usually just a small hole and not very loud. Perfect for people who've never done any sort of blow to pop before.

There is a lot of other types but I've found those two are the best/most common. Of course they aren't going to be the same as a balloon but they're a good change.
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Old 20-06-2018, 01:16 AM
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That still doesn't appear to even begin to come close to the trash bags that one is supposed to be able to ride, without popping. I've seen that mentioned over the years, but I've never seen anything that could take more than a fraction of my weight. Bag-inside-bag doesn't come close, either, and no air can be allowed to migrate between the two bags.
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I've found they're best for blow to pops. Inflatables are better suited for riding.
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yes i buy them all the time i like the buying shiny black bin bags thick ones love the smell of them and i put them over my head and and get naked and rap them my body like when i am out in the field in the countryside if i get change to get naked with them at night the best for me i like to wear linger on top of them if i got them rap round me
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