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  1. Convenient 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Jan 2021

    Fantastic customer service.
    I love the zip lock.
    It made it so much easier to fill and seal.


  2. Love these 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Jan 2021

    Perfect for dried fruit and such. Love the ziplock and snack size.


  3. as advertised 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Dec 2020

    Bags arrived in excellent condition, were as expected, and perform as needed. Should last a long time protecting our beans and rice for the "hard times" expected to come.


  4. Love these bags! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Oct 2020

    I’ve enjoyed these the most. These bags are easier to fill, easier to squeeze the air out, and easier for me to seal. i love the smaller bags for camping and for using smaller amounts at a time. Best investment i’ve made for my needs.


(100) 6"x9.5"x3.5" Gusseted Ziplock Mylar Bag - 5 mil

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$29.99
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Weight:
0.10 LBS
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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.

  • 6x9x3.5 Zip Seal 1 Quart 5 mil Thick Mylar Bag - Has a bottom gusset that allows the bag to stand up for easy filling.
  • 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.