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    thanks for the write up. I have a seal meal and liquid is a pain. Might have to use that cabelas gift card I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    my wife does the vacuum sealing in our home. one of the things I have noticed is, that air tends to get in the bags, yet the seal looks all the way across? any ideas?

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    If you are using heavy duty bags, you need to make two seals on each end. This is because the thicker material is not as pliable as the cheaper standard stuff. Making the extra seal, and taking the time to be sure the surfaces are flat, and the waffle side is down before sealing will keep your bags sealed. The information about making two seals is on the packages of HD bags, but no one reads it.
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    sawfish thank you.

 

 

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