|Product Dimensions||31.75 x 27.64 x 6.58 cm; 1.55 Kilograms|
Glad® ClingWrap Plastic Food Wrap - 300 Square Foot Roll - 4 Pack (Package May Vary)
|Price:||(S$5.01 / count) + S$20.68 Delivery|
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- GLAD CLINGWRAP PLASTIC FOOD WRAP: Extend foods' freshness with Glad ClingWrap Plastic Food Wrap keeping air out with a tight seal
- PLASTIC FOOD WRAP: Glad ClingWrap will adhere to multiple surfaces from glass to metal keeping leftovers fresh and keeping odors from seeping out
- CLING TIGHT WITHOUT A FIGHT: Glad ClingWrap will grip tight seal easy and is the ideal plastic wrap for prepping steaming and protecting food
- FOOD PLASTIC WRAP: BPA free and made with no plasticizers Glad ClingWrap is perfect for storing and reheating leftovers
- MULTIPURPOSE PLASTIC WRAP: Glad ClingWrap comes packaged with a built in wrap cutter, is microwave safe and provides a versatile plastic wrap for all kitchen and household needs
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Glad ClingWrap extends your foods freshness by keeping air out with a tight seal. With its easy to use roll, ClingWrap makes protecting your favorite foods fast and simple. This wrap grips to a variety of surfaces, such as glass and metal, making it useful for portioning, preparing, steaming, and protecting. Food wrap is easy to use and easy to handle. Clingwrap can be used outside of the kitchen too. It is great to use for preventing leaks in toiletries when traveling, wrapping wet paint brushes to use later, or keeping items in drawers when moving. Glad ClingWrap contains no Plasticizer, and is BPA free and microwave safe. Glad protects and seals with ease.
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I've never been able to use plastic wrap effectively. I'd try to tear it, and it wouldn't tear evenly. Then, it would stick to me, the counter, or itself - getting hopelessly mangled before it ever got NEAR whatever I was trying to wrap or cover with it.
Plastic wrap doesn't stick to... plastic. Unless that plastic is itself.
My experience with plastic wrap (over several YEARS, people!) was so frustrating, I eventually gave up on using it entirely.
Then...those wonderful folks in the Glad R&D department invented...PRESS 'N SEAL...and I was REBORN!
Finally, a wrap that I can tear straight. A wrap that will stick to plastic. And glass. And metal.
A wrap I can use to tightly enclose leftover bits of cheese, produce, etc...airtight!
I use it to tightly wrap chicken parts, homemade enchiladas, cheese, etc., then package the individual wrapped items in a zipper bag and pop it in the freezer. Keeps them free from freezer-burn for months!
Yes, I love my Glad Press 'n Seal. It changed my life. The three roll pack of 100 ft. per roll will probably last me a year; the cost is a small price to pay for something that makes me so very, VERY, happy!
Try it. You'll be happy, too!
It's also great for giving extra insulation to drafty windows in the winter. Living in historic, beautiful, but drafty old NYC apartment buildings, I always have at least one window that's not sealed well and lets in cold air during the winter. I've tried window sealing kits that you blow dry onto the windows without much success. Then I read about using Press N' Seal and tried it and it works great! No blow dryer needed. The Press N'Seal grips the window and windowsill (anywhere you put it, it grips tight) and stops the drafts. You don't have to use tape, or a blow dryer, or anything. Just press and leave it, and it stays up all winter.
I have noticed, though, that it leaves behind a sticky substance on most surfaces that I use it on. I have to scrub, and scrub...and scrub to get the residue off, and that has caused me to use this product a bit less. I will continue to use it, but mostly on containers/cups/plates/bowls that I'll be throwing in the garbage.
Point blank, I’ve tried two rolls and neither will stick to anything. The wrap sticks to itself but nothing else. I have a single box of 200’ of the exact same product I bought from a local store and it sticks to anything EASILY.
I should’ve known when I opened the first box and the cutting strip fell out. Had to open a second box VERY CAREFULLY to keep the serrated cutting edge attached to the box.
Perhaps these aren’t fake... but if not, the boxes I received are so old they won’t stick properly.
Money wasted entirely.
I will admit that I am a convert. When I first saw this advertised lo those many years ago, I thought: "Who the heck needs this?" ::scoff, scoff:: Turns out, I do! (Bonus: we've cut down on our consumption of tin foil since beginning to use this -- that seems to be a good thing.)
Warning: these boxes of Press-n-Seal are larger than the boxes I see at the grocery store. Not longer, but fatter. It can be a bit fiddly in terms of getting them into our kitchen drawer, especially since they share space with parchment paper and tin foil.