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Plymor Zipper Reclosable Plastic Bags w/Printed Suffocation Warn

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Product description

Size:8" x 10" (100 Count)

Plymor Zipper Reclosable Plastic Bags w/ Printed Suffocation Warning, 2 Mil, 8" x 10" (Pack of 100)

What size bag to order? Measure your item by its width, height, and depth because the plastic bag needs to fit all the way around it. Item width + item depth = bag width. Item height + item depth = bag height. Add an extra 1/2" to the bag width for the item to fit through the zipper opening.

What is Mil? "Mil" is the plastic thickness. 2 Mil = .002", slightly thicker than the standard sandwich bag.

How to open and close? For your convenience, the bag's top lip is offset, making it easy to separate the sides and open the zipper track. Separate the two sides of the bag's top lip and use your thumbs to gently pull the zipper track apart. To close, pinch together one end of the zipper and slide your finger and thumb along the zipper. Remember to squeeze excess air out of the bag as you close the zipper.

How to use the bags? Reclosable bags are an essential organizing tool in any home, garage, office, retail store, warehouse or factory.Great for shipping clothing, apparel, jewelry, makeup, clothing, fashions, art prints, books or papers, collectibles, toys, game pieces, craft or scrapbooking supplies, merchandise for resale, electronics, tools, or hardware all while protecting your products from dust, dirt, and moisture.

Plymor Zipper Reclosable Plastic Bags w/Printed Suffocation Warn

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