Better Homes and Garden® Unearths Space Saving BagButton Down Under

Sales of the BagButton explode in Australia as Better Homes and Gardens features this unique economical space saving idea to the masses in the country down under.

Mossyrock, WA, May 01, 2008 --( Recognizing the significance of the BagButton, Better Homes and Gardens produced a video demonstration starring the local Australian legend, Johanna Briggs. The TV segment that aired on April 18th, 2008 demonstrated that with plastic garbage bags and one BagButton you could have a vacuum space saving bag for around 10 cents or the cost of a garbage bag.

A link to the video segment by Better Homes and Gardens and sponsored by Yahoo.

Here’s a link to one of Better Homes and Gardens articles on the BagButton.

We all like to store away our clothes and bedding as the seasons change.... But where do we put them? Well here's a handy little button that will convert your everyday garbage bag into a space saving storage solution for your home and outdoor living. All you'll need is garbage bags, vacuum or inflate/deflate hand pump and one BagButton.

The BagButton works on any garbage bags, so you don't need to buy a new space saving bag each time. You can vacuum pack anything including collectibles, food, clothing, pillows, linen, art work, sleeping bags, valuable documents and even your pocket book.

For more information on the BagButton please see

About BagButton LLC®
BagButton is the World’s leading economical space saving innovator. BagButton is still a family owned company and still in the Washington State area, owned and operated by Larry Storey - a passionate father and third generation carpenter. The company currently sells through distributors, retail partners, catalogs and several web sites globally.

Please forward your inquiries to, Larry Storey. United States

Brianna Hammond. Australia

BagButton LLC.
Larry Storey