Baco® Press 'n' Seal
If an encounter with the clingfilm leaves you with scrunched-up wasted balls and frayed nerves, it’s about time you were introduced to Press ‘n’ Seal from Baco – a multi-purpose, cut-to-fit sealing film with a seriously tight seal that clings to itself and a huge variety of surfaces including plastic, paper, metal and wood. Using innovative Griptex technology, it’s activated when pressure is applied, sealing air out and freshness in, to keep food fresher whether in or out of the fridge or freezer.
We’ve found it invaluable for making custom-sized sandwich bags, and keeping hamburger patties separate until ready to be cooked, but that’s just a couple of uses – elsewhere in the kitchen you can wrap leftovers for storing, keep ground coffee fresh, cover proving dough, freeze individual portions... and with so many uses elsewhere in the home too, we think it won’t be long before Press ‘n’ Seal becomes a kitchen drawer staple.
Cat Ref: SKU 17088
32cm x 21m (12½” x 66’).
- Freezer safe
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Customer Reviews - Baco® Press 'n' Seal
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I found another use for this product!” by Heather
This makes a great alternative to vinyl transfer tape, which I use for die cut vinyl decal crafts. It's so much cheaper than proper transfer tape, and works just as well.
Best Thing Since Sliced Bread” by Dave James
This item must be the the most innovative item for the kitchen. It Actually Works!! Providing you wrap things up with this wrap the right way round. Unlike cling film you can reuse it many times over. I'm feel sorry for those who do not like it, but you must ensure you have it round the right way.
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Best Clingfilm Ever!” by Bonnie
I used to live in the US and they sold an amazing similar product and I brought about ten rolls back with me to England. When I ran out I couldn't live without it so looked it up online and found Baco Press'n Seal, so I bought some and it was exactly the same. I could not live without and would never go back to regular clingfilm.