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Argee "Spin 'n Stor" Reusable Salad Spinning Bags 12 pack

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  • Produce & Herbs stay fresher longer
  • Space saver. Fits in the drawer.
  • Replaces bulky salad spinner
  • Take anywhere with you.
  • Becomes your container.
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Product Description

Spin 'n Stor, Reusable Salad Spinning Bags - The Only patented reusable bag to Spin Produce & Herbs Dry. This reusable bag replaces the big, bulky, salad spinner. A Space Saver that fits in the drawer. No more wasted paper towels, no more searching for containers, as the reusable bag becomes your container. It is portable - you can take Salad To Go, to work picnic or store in the refrigerator. No extra bowls or containers needed. Produce and herbs stay fresher longer. Items comes 12-Pack which includes 4 Spin Bags of 3-Pack.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000E8X302
  • Item model number: RG900
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,282 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

Now my husband can wash the lettuce and spin it dry!
tamara fehling
I have given these bags to friends and family, I am so impressed with a simple concept that works so well.
Jemmertish
You can wash, dry and store your greens in the same bag.
Chris Nearl

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By gksf on May 6, 2010
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Significantly overpriced, these bags are medium weight plastic similar to grocery store produce bags. There are seams creating separate compartments along the bottom (to catch water) and side (to drain water). They work, but the end result is lettuce that is not as dry as it would be using a conventional salad spinner. While the bags are re-usable, it is difficult to wash them properly because the bottom and side compartments are not easily accessible. These would be convenient for camping or making salad away from home, but at home, a spinner is still the better option.

If you like this idea, you can make your own with two bags. Cut slits or holes along the bottom of an ordinary plastic produce bag. (Better yet, make or get some re-usable mesh produce bags such as [ASIN:B002UXQ7QQ flip and tumble 5-Pack Reusable Produce Bags]]) Put your washed lettuce inside the produce bag with holes in it / mesh produce bag. Put this "holey" produce bag inside a second somewhat larger solid plastic bag and hold them so that the inner bag doesn't reach the bottom of the outer bag. Spin away. After draining the outer bag, you can store the lettuce in the pair of bags, adding a small towel if you like. I feel silly for having purchased these.

The OXO spinner Oxo Good Grips Salad Spinner works well, but I find it too expensive, too big and clunky looking. The Progressive spinner Progressive International Salad Spinner (which is available for $9.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Chris Nearl on December 5, 2009
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When my Oxo Good Grips salad spinner broke in the middle of dinner prep a few weeks ago, I wrapped my salad greens in a big "flour sack" kitchen towel and spun it around my head (like a sling shot). I was impressed with how quickly and efficiently it dried the salad, but my wife was unimpressed with the water that leaked through the towel and sprayed all over the kitchen. When I went online looking to replace the Oxo, I ran across these "Spin 'n Stor" bags and immediately realized that they were the solution I'd been looking for when I took my greens for a spin in that towel. I ordered the "Spin 'n Stor" bags, gave them a try, and I am sold! You can wash, dry and store your greens in the same bag. What could be more convenient.
One caution, although I had no problem getting my salad dry, if you have shoulder problems or some other ailment that might keep you from spinning the bag fast enough to develop some good centrifugal force, you might want to steer clear of these. As for me, I don't ever plan on going back to a traditional salad spinner.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By P. Steves on September 23, 2008
I have used these for quite awhile and find them very effective, however I do add a piece of paper towel to help keep the lettuce dry. Wilted lettuce will crisp up very nicely and last for quite awhile. I have had lettuce last about 2 weeks.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tay McEvers on June 27, 2011
I am a member of a CSA where every week I get an abundance of fresh organic veggies, and it often includes a lot of greens. I never know what to do with all the greens, and often end up feeling guilty that I wasn't able to use them before they wilted or shriveled. Two weeks ago I put some washed, wet kale in one of these bags, spun and drained it twice (which is a lot of fun, I think), twisted the top closed and secured it with a rubber band. (Note, i didn't squish all the air out. I think it's important for the greens not to be flat up against the inside of the bag)

I forgot about this kale until last night, and when i went to take it out, terrified that it would be a disgusting mess, the kale was perfect. It's still green and delicious and not wilty or soggy or black and slimy. I'm baffled and amazed. Again, I put that stuff away TWO WEEKS ago, and it's not even close to on its last legs. I'm not sure how these bags would do for more delicate greens or things like cilantro, but I have a feeling they're going to work a ton better than just putting said greens in the fridge in a baggie or paper towel.

Other reviews mention that it doesn't get your greens as dry as a salad spinner, but I think the real value of these is in using them for storage, not as a salad spinner. also:
1. I think greens need to be a little wet when you store them to keep them fresh (think about how often they spritz produce in the grocery store)
and 2. I live in a teeny tiny apartment and these take up significantly less space than a salad spinner.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By N. Creech on June 7, 2009
I always hated using the salad spinner, because it was just something else to wash after the meal. After wasting paper towels drying lettuce, and storage in regular ziplock bags, I found these bags. Not only is it a great way to dry your lettuce, the lettuce also lasts longer by storing it in the bag. Now I wash once, use the lettuce over 7 to 14 days, rinse the bag out and start all over again. I love this bag, and am now giving it as a gift to all my friends that hate making salads b/c they don't want to wash lettuce.
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