I had no idea how popular these bags would be...They are really sturdy...Yesterday I took my poor old Milito for shots and had one for the vet for a Christmas present...Lordy, was he over the moon with it. I can understand the vet...but...others? Well, I do get attention when I go into Aldi's with these bags for carry out.
First, I take the bags outside, squirt dish washing soap inside and wash out with a brush. I turn them upside down to dry. Then I smooth them on the rotary cutter board and slice 2.5 inches twice for the handles. I try to position the animal in a good spot. Then proceed like any bag without lining, using a zigzag stitch most places for strength. When finished, I usually wipe the bags again inside with the sanitizing wipes. The bags that are lined with paper are not good for this project.