To seal newly baked goods, lunches and more, twist the end, then pass the bags through the groove to fasten tightly.
Even though it’s great at prolonging the life of foods, Maker Ray Savage originally designed Sealabag with trash bags in mind. He wanted a simple way to tidy up, stop the smell, and prevent any creatures from getting in.
His thin, compact design can be kept handy inside a drawer, mounted on a door, or on the counter. It’s a straightforward way to prolong the life of your favorite foods—and to keep things contained for any items you want to toss.
Sealabag is a practical and cost-efficient way of keeping bags sealed and their contents fresh.