BenAar0n


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Re: How to Make a Reusable Sandwich Wrap

The PUL wazoodle sells says that it is food safe. It says "DiaperMaker PUL fabric contain no lead, phlalates or BPA making them ideal for applications that require direct contact with baby skin. They are also food safe, meaning they can be used to make or line snack bags." They have a site with USD and a site with CAD (but seems to have less selection). I'm not sure what some would consider "adult prints" but they have PUL with flames on it and blue camo PUL. Great tutorial :)

Re: How to Make an Eco-Friendly Snack Bag

I'm not sure where you are getting your PUL from that's not foodsafe. Wazoodle's PUL says it is foodsafe. Actually it says "DiaperMaker PUL fabric contain no lead, phlalates or BPA making them ideal for applications that require direct contact with baby skin. They are also food safe, meaning they can be used to make or line snack bags." PUL can be washed and dried on high heat.

You can make these so they fold closed, the way cheap plastic sandwich bags do (as in non-ziploc). Then you don't have to worry about the velcro (or zipper) getting gross.