Lakeland Perforated Cling Roll
Lakeland Cling is a multi-purpose clingfilm for use in the fridge, freezer, kitchen and microwave.
No need for a cutter box or dispenser.
The larger roll is perforated every 12" (30cm) and the mini roll is perforated every 8" (20cm) for ease of use.
30cm x 150m (12" x 500')
Cat Ref: SKU 2306
- Microwave safe
- Freezer safe
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To be discontinued
This will be your last opportunity to buy this item: we won't be ordering any more once we run out of stock.
Customer Reviews - Lakeland Perforated Cling Roll
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Large Roll Perforating Cling 30 cm” by Valerie
I have been using your perforating cling forever and been highly delighted with it. However I recently purchased another one and am very disappointed with it. Compared to other rolls, the cling film is very flimsy, nearly translucent, and the perforation isn't as good. When I freeze anything, I feel that I should double wrap everything Are you using a different supplier or have I been unlucky with this roll? Look forward to hearing from you.
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Saved Xmas” by Bridget
My Mother-In-Law introduced me to this product over Xmas and it was simply amazing, no more random tears or wastage. The size was perfect for covering most left overs and I'm now a loyal follower.
Perforated cling film 12"/30cm wide” by Mary
I have used and re-ordered the 30cm wide large roll for years and love it for wrapping filled rolls for harvest time, covering bowls of stock, puds, a hundred other uses and welcome the ability to neatly cover and wrap without wrapping myself and all surrrounding objects whilst trying to cut it. I know I could get the cutterbox option, but prefer the perforations. Only downside is that at some point towards the end of the roll, particularly if some other operator, naming no names, uses it and fails to leave a little tag for ease of unrolling, there is a tussle to find the end.