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10 Dry-Packs 5 Gallon Mylar Bags and 10-2000cc Oxy-Sorb Oxygen Absorbers for Dried Dehydrated and Long Term Food Storage
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- 20"x30" Foil lined, 4.3 mil Thick
- Sealable With Hot Iron-Can Reseal After Opening
- Ideal for Long Term Food Storage
- 2,000cc Oxygen Absorbers made by Oxy-Sorb with indicator pill/eye
- Light, Moisture, Oxygen Barrier and Puncture Resistant
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In today's world of financial instability, food shortages, possible inflation and rising commodity prices Long Term Food Storage must be considered by any prudent individual or family. Mylar bags, when combined with 2000cc oxygen absorbers and 5-6 gallon buckets are considered the best way to store large quantities of food for 20-30 years. These Mylar bags are foil lined and will block sunlight and provide an additional oxygen and moisture barrier. To seal Mylar bags simply take a hot iron and iron the opening shut or for best results use a Teflon coated heat sealer. This package includes 10-20"X30" 4.3 mil. thick Mylar Bags and a pack of 10-2,000cc OxySorb Oxygen Absorbers.
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Top customer reviews
They are big enough to use in 5-gallon buckets, and the oxygen absorbers are extra large and big enough to also work in a 5-gallon bucket.
I also tried sealing the bag by using the edge of a hot clothing iron and I was amazed by how well that worked to give it a really good seal. You won't need any professional equipment to seal it up if you just use a clothing iron like I did. :)
These are also great at filtering out some other external elements too. I'm not sure what application it could have, but I held a handheld AM radio while it was playing static noise. I slowly moved it into the bag and the noise completely cut out to silence. So maybe if you're wanting to filter out radio wave noise, you could use these bags for that too. I've heard of some people using it for that purpose, so do some research online if that's what you're interested in.
They come with oxygen removers. They are a problem because as soon as you open the plastic bag they come in they start to lose their potency so if you don't use them all up they don't keep. I'm going to try to seal them in a foodsaver vacuum bag and see if that works to store the ones I don't use. But the bags are great.