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  • georgebayer_1
    Member
    • Jan 2015
    • 75

    #31
    Re: Any plastic bag blowers or poppers here?

    Originally posted by ArchibaldR
    ...Also hope other people will share their b2p's/p2p's, would love to see how big people can get them
    Wow, that's absolutely fantastic, what the bags do The bulges are fantastic

    As I already wrote, my bags didn't even created a bulge or get stretched. They simply burst, the material is very poor quality I also tried to overinflate some trash bags, but they always pop in the seam without any kind of stretching So there are no such pics from my site But I'll try and try, maybe I have luck with some bag...
    Last edited by georgebayer_1; 15-09-2023, 14:51.

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    • condensatelover
      Senior Member
      • Jan 2022
      • 130

      #32
      Re: Any plastic bag blowers or poppers here?

      Originally posted by georgebayer_1
      On Wednesday, I receive my order of plastic bags. 1000 x 1500 mm huge and nice. I must immediately inflate one of them nice and tight: https://ibb.co/sscfwJ4 Hope You like it, if You want, I can take more pictures of my inflated bags

      Holy cow that's huge! Do you inflate them using lungs?
      Would like to see some photos

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      • georgebayer_1
        Member
        • Jan 2015
        • 75

        #33
        Re: Any plastic bag blowers or poppers here?

        Originally posted by condensatelover
        Holy cow that's huge! Do you inflate them using lungs?
        Would like to see some photos
        I start with pump and finish with lungs. For the first time, the bag can be inflated simply with "catching the air" and after it's partially full, knote the top and inflate through a small hole in one corner.

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        • georgebayer_1
          Member
          • Jan 2015
          • 75

          #34
          Re: Any plastic bag blowers or poppers here?

          An inflation from today


          And a detail of the valve:

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          • georgebayer_1
            Member
            • Jan 2015
            • 75

            #35
            Re: Any plastic bag blowers or poppers here?

            I think about to buy some bags from Hefty: https://www.hefty.com/products/trash...rge-trash-bags
            They write that the bags are elastic and resistant against all possible things (sharp edges, humidity etc.)

            Did anyone of You here bought these bags in the last time? And what were Your experiences with overinflating or other interaction? Are they really so resistant?

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            • eolgi
              Junior Member
              • Mar 2021
              • 6

              #36
              Re: Any plastic bag blowers or poppers here?

              Originally posted by georgebayer_1
              I think about to buy some bags from Hefty: https://www.hefty.com/products/trash...rge-trash-bags
              They write that the bags are elastic and resistant against all possible things (sharp edges, humidity etc.)

              Did anyone of You here bought these bags in the last time? And what were Your experiences with overinflating or other interaction? Are they really so resistant?
              The best bags brands are Kirkland Signature (Costco) and Member's Mark (Sam's Club) because the plastic of these is very strong and they will stretch a lot, especially their white 13 Gallons Kitchen Bags and their 33 Gallon Garbage Black Bag. It is even possible to lay on them like a balloon if the entire bag is carefully fully stretched and if the bag is pinhole-free. (The plastic is essentially the same across these two brands.)

              HDX (Home Depot) 13 Gallons Kitchen Bags is a cheaper alternative as they seems to be made from the same "strong-stretchy" plastic formula as the two brands above. Because of this, laying on them is still possible if the bags are pinhole-free and if the entire bag is carefully fully stretched.

              Hefty bags can also stretch but the plastic isn't really that strong compared to the previous brands above and their "bubbles" are opaque.

              Glad bags in particular (in the US) are Dual Layered and if you manage to remove the outer layer, the plastic becomes extremely squishy, with extremely thin and soft "bubbles", although they pops very easy and Glad bags are sometime prone to pinholes despite these being expensive.
              Last edited by eolgi; 25-09-2023, 02:27. Reason: typo

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              • georgebayer_1
                Member
                • Jan 2015
                • 75

                #37
                Re: Any plastic bag blowers or poppers here?

                Originally posted by eolgi
                The best bags brands are Kirkland Signature (Costco) and Member's Mark (Sam's Club) because the plastic of these is very strong and they will stretch a lot, especially their white 13 Gallons Kitchen Bags and their 33 Gallon Garbage Black Bag. It is even possible to lay on them like a balloon if the entire bag is carefully fully stretched and if the bag is pinhole-free...
                Many thanks for Your oppinion I'd love to try some bigger bags, e.g. these: https://www.samsclub.com/p/members-m...=plp_product_2
                They seems to be huuuge and the material strong enough (30,4 ym). Would You have a picture of an nicely overinflated bag of the brand that You recommend? I'd like to see how much it can stretch

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                • bubblesNdragons
                  Senior Member
                  • Oct 2019
                  • 103

                  #38
                  Re: Any plastic bag blowers or poppers here?

                  Sometimes I dabble into it. I may not think I like them at first but then I feel spontaneously horny and decide to reach for a shopping bag or a fresh trash bag of all things. It feels wrong to use them for looner purposes and that's mostly why I like them.

                  What I also like about blowing plastic bags is the constant squeaking they make as they rub your hands or body when they start to overinflate. Overinflated trash bags also look shinier than usual and can be mounted.
                  *notices bulge*

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                  • Sit2Pop
                    Certified Looner
                    • Oct 2023
                    • 4

                    #39
                    I liked garbage bags, especially when I was in my teen years, mainly because of the fact that garbage bags were already available, and were easier to just grab a couple when I was home alone, have fun with them, then either hide them in an obscure box if it’s still in good shape, or throw them in the dumpster if it’s too worn out.

                    I still like using large black garbage bags on occasion, especially because of them being the perfect size to ride on, and the slight stretchiness is really satisfying. The squeaks get me every time as well. I don’t use them as much anymore compared to as a kid but I do still like them when I’m in the mood.

                    I’ve had good experiences with the black plastic Hefty bags. They can withstand a lot without popping. Here is a link to one on Amazon.

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                    • Merl
                      Hopper research dept.
                      • Apr 2021
                      • 540

                      #40
                      The size of contractor bags is perfect but they are too stiff and inflexible to really have much fun with. Hefty recycling bags are the only ones I've found with a good combo of durability and feel, and even then they're a lot more fun blown up with a balloon inside than they are alone.
                      Last edited by Merl; 03-10-2023, 01:09.

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                      • Merl
                        Hopper research dept.
                        • Apr 2021
                        • 540

                        #41
                        Got a commercial grade recycling bag yesterday. No clue what brand but it's green with a starred (not flat) bottom closure. Haven't tried it yet but it feels kinda stiff, like a lighter weight contractor bag.

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                        • Merl
                          Hopper research dept.
                          • Apr 2021
                          • 540

                          #42
                          These are .01 thicker than the ones I like, and are much bigger.

                          Ultrasac Blue Recycling Bags 33 Gallon 0.9 MIL, 33.5" x 38" - Pack of 45 - For Recycling, Kitchen, Industrial, & Commercial https://a.co/d/6SMmAmc

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