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  1. Best Deal 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Apr 2014

    I have not had a chance to use these yet, but they are thicker than many of the bags available on the internet. Very quick shipping too!!! Well pleased. This company was recommended by katzcradul on You Tube. They still have the best price. Will order from them again when I need something.


  2. Good product, great customer service 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Apr 2014

    Far and away the nicest bag I use, and I have used bags from MylarPro, Oaktea and USA Emergency. Seals perfectly with fewer seams than others I've used. Also, I tried to reach Mylarpro on the phone and by email with no response. I somehow reached the owner of ShieldPro/Discount Mylar Bags on the third ring, and he spent 15 minutes explaining how oxygen absorbers and desiccant work. None of the other companies I've tried to contact have been so responsive.


(Pack of 25) 1 Gallon ShieldPro 5 Mil Mylar Bags (10"x14")

RRP:
$19.99
Your Price:
$10.99 (You save $9.00)
SKU:
0753677481022
Brand:
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.10 LBS
Availability:
Ships same day!
Shipping:
Calculated at checkout

Product Description

Mylar Bags are your first line of defense for long-term food storage.  When combined with oxygen absorbers and a bucket, Mylar creates the best long-term protection system for your food that you can buy.  Our Mylar bags are multi-layered bags of PET (Polyethylene) and aluminum foil and have excellent oxygen, light and moisture barrier properties.

  • 10"x14" One Gallon 5 mil Thick Mylar Bag
  • Sealable With Hot Iron - Can Reseal After Opening
  • Ideal for Long Term Food Storage
  • Light, Moisture, Oxygen Barrier & Puncture Resistant
  • This Size bag is perfect for storing Salt, Baking Soda/Powder and Spices and usable quantities of grains, rice or legumes.

See our blog at www.adviceandbeans.com for more information.