Mixmart Vacuum Seal Storage Bags Review

Mixmart Vacuum Seal Storage Bags Review

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Takeaway: Large roll, air tight seals, work just as well as brand name vacuum bags.

You'll receive an 11" x 50' roll and an 8.5" x 50' roll. I purchased these rolls at Amazon to use with my Foodsaver vacuum sealer because the brand name bags cost nearly twice as much (online and in-stores) and I wanted to see if these rolls perform just as well. One thing about these rolls is that they have a large diameter being 50' roll rather than the more typical 20 or 30 feet. The diameter of each roll is about 3-4" across so if you have a machine that stores rolls inside, these actually might be too big for it. Since these rolls don't have grid line or edge markers to help you cut straight lines, one thing I like to do is reuse old plastic wrap boxes that have the built-in sliding cutters will these rolls because it makes cutting straight, even lines much easier than trying to do it by hand with scissors. With my FoodSaver FM2000, the seal strip is nice and wide and you can make custom sized bags and pouches from these rolls easily. The seals are air and water tight and don't peel apart. With dry, frozen, and fresh foods, I didn't experience any problems with air leaking into the bag or it losing its vacuum seal even after many weeks so I'm confident that these bags will hold the seal and air-tightness for even longer term storage. The bags do feel a tad thinner than other bags I've used and as always, I recommend exercising cation when sealing hard or sharp foods int he bag like bone-in meats. It's best to pad sharp edges and corners with a layer of paper towel or parchment if you can to prevent punctures. Overall, these seem to work just as well as some of the more expensive name brands out there, but at half the cost.

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