As Low As ea.Non-Woven Reusable Tote Bags
Jasper Meek is credited for inventing the tote bag in 1886. He created a custom one for Cantwell Shoes, a small shoe store located in Coshocton, Ohio. This burlap bag was reused over and over again!
Most tote bags can be washed either by hand or in the washing machine. Just make sure you're using the right detergent and water temperature, let them hang to dry, and you're good to go!
Tote bags are made from a variety of materials including polypropylene, polyester, nylon, jute, PVC, and polyurethane. Canvas and cotton, however, are the most common as they're lightweight and easy to clean.
We could cut down on millions of plastic bags in landfills by switching to tote bags. This helps lead to cleaner air and water, as well as less risk for wildlife extinction.
It is super easy to customize tote bags. All that's needed is a good screen printer, and you can add your design right on the front. Keep in mind, most of the time it costs extra to use more than one ink color.
While most tote bags are completely open, some are fitted with handy zippers. These could be at the very top, keeping everything secure inside, or in an additional front or side pocket.