If you want to get rid of all those garbage bags that keep getting stuck inside your backpack, you can now do it with a simple step-by-step guide.
It starts with cleaning up the backpack you already have.
The best way to do this is to clean the backpack thoroughly before using it.
So, first, get the backpack off the ground.
Use a vacuum cleaner, a blowtorch, a hot iron, or even a blow dryer to get the dirt and dust off the backpack.
Next, remove the backpack from the vacuum cleaner and put it in a clean, dry place.
It should be a clean dry area with the backpack intact.
Next put the backpack into a bag or container that has a small hole in it.
Using the back of a vacuum, gently push the bag through the hole into the bag or storage container.
Use an old towel to gently wipe away any dirt or debris that might have stuck.
Next vacuum the backpack and let it air dry.
Once the bag is air dried, it should be ready to use.
Now it’s time to take care of the rest of the backpack before you begin the next step.
The first step is to make sure that you don’t damage the bag, so remove the old plastic straps and any other items you don “need” for the next adventure.
If you don”t need any of these items, they should still be there.
Then, simply remove the strap that holds the bag to the backpack with the new plastic straps.
Now that you have removed all the old straps, the backpack should now be free to be vacuumed, and it should have a clean clean, air-dried appearance.
If all goes well, you should have your backpack cleaned and ready to go.
Step 2: Clean the backpack firstYou are going to vacuum the bag first and use it for your next adventure, so first clean up the inside of the bag.
There are two ways to do so.
First, you could vacuum the inside, using the back or the side of the vacuum, depending on the size of the package you are using.
If the bag has a large opening, you might use the back.
If it is a small package, you will probably need to vacuum in the side.
Then you can clean the bag with a clean towel and water.
This will clean the inside and make it easier to clean your backpack for the upcoming trip.
If that sounds too tedious, try this step: Use the back, side, or both of the vac.
Do a sweep to remove the dirt that may be stuck in the bag and any debris that may have stuck on the bag for a while.
After the bag cleaning, place the bag back in the vacuum.
This time, be sure to thoroughly clean the vacuum before using the bag again.
It will help to use the bag only for one bag.
Step 3: Vacuum the bag once moreThe next step is cleaning the bag after the first vacuum.
You should be able to get a clean and dry bag, but if not, you may need to clean it once again before you use it again.
To do this, vacuum the new bag using both the vacuum and the blow dry.
Do not use the vacuum to vacuum and clean the outside of the new backpack.
Vacuum and blow dry the bag at the same time.
If this is not possible, then you can also vacuum the old bag, then vacuum the outer bag, and then vacuum all three bags.
Then put the new, clean bag in the old backpack and use the blowdry to remove any dirt and debris.
The next step will be to take the bag out of the old vacuum bag and into the new one.
Once that is done, you are ready to take your new backpack out for the adventure.
Step 4: Clean your backpack once moreOnce you have vacuumed your backpack thoroughly, it is ready to be used.
Take it out of your backpack and clean up any dirt that might be stuck on it.
Then use the new vacuum bag to vacuum out any remaining dirt and dirt debris that you can.
To use it, simply blow dry it with the bag vacuum and vacuum the whole bag.
If your backpack is still clean, you have not damaged it at all, and the vacuum has worked as advertised, the bag should now look like it has never been used.