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Reusable Silicone Food Storage Bags-Set of 4

Reusable Silicone Food Storage Bags-Set of 4

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  • Instructions: Remove slider bar before any heating. Slide the bar in and out from the side with the arrow. For best results, ensure slider bar and seal area of bag are dry before sealing. If you are freezing liquids, do not fill more than the max fill line. Write on the bag with a dry erase marker, if desired
  • Airtight and leak-proof container
  • Holds liquids such as soup, marinades, or smoothies
  • Stand-up bottom for easy filling
  • Stores flat, expands to 5" when filled and sealed
  • Great for use in oven, microwave, sous vide, and freezer
  • Reduces waste from disposable plastic bags
  • Max temperature of silicone: 450° Fahrenheit; maximum temperature of sealer bar: 200° Fahrenheit
  • Please note: Always remove the slider bars before placing in the oven or microwave. Slider bar may show some resistance near the end of the sealing process, this keeps the bag completely airtight
  • Made in China
Bags: BPA- and phthalate-free food-grade silicone; Sealer bar: Plastic
Wash before first use. Dishwasher safe
Four food storage bags, four airtight and leak-proof sealer bars
32 fl oz (1 quart)
7.72" x 6.89"
1.15 lbs
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3.5 avg. (36 reviews)

work perfectly!
01/14/2020 by Tracy
Items exactly as described, very efficient design for filling when empty.
Needs more work
01/06/2020 by sharon
I like the idea of using silicone bags but this product needs more work on the closure mechanism. It is close to impossible to open and close without a struggle
Good buy
12/09/2019 by Jeanette
These silicone food storage bags were exactly as described and well made. My only issue is the difficulty sliding the bar across the top. I'm hoping it eases up with more use. Next time, I may try "zip" tops.
Tough to use
12/08/2019 by Martin
I was attracted to the idea of not being so environmentally offensive with the use of disposable zip-loc bags. The reality, though, is that (in my opinion, anyway) these are more trouble than it's worth even for a very eco-motivated person. The biggest trouble points are getting the hard-plastic slider rod on and off (*maybe* it will loosen up over time, and moisture from water does help a little as they say, but so far not enough, and I dare say some people won't be strong enough to get very far with a tryout) and the fact that getting the inside air-dried after washing this bag is an awkward hassle – just too inconvenient for everyday use. I think it should be considered as a possible replacement not so much for zip-locs as for permanent food storage containers (glass, plastic, whatever) – because these bags do save space. If space is your issue and you're willing to go through the difficulties this product presents, then you might consider it. Otherwise I'd say it's a valiant try but a too-costly no-go.
11/25/2019 by Christopher
This is one of the few items I wasn't happy with from The Grommet. It was to difficult to balance and use standing up, the closing and opening bars were awkward, and it was difficult to clean. I wouldn't recommend it.
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Reusable Silicone Food Storage Bags-Set of 4

These reusable silicone food storage bags do a lot more than the toss-out plastic ones can—like stand up. They’re airtight and leak-proof thanks to a sealing slider, and so a great choice for storing liquids like soup and sauces. The bags have a flat bottom for easy filling and can go in the microwave, oven, dishwasher, and freezer. You can even write on one with a dry erase marker.


EcoLifeMate reusable food storage bags come from Maker Jay Smith, who was looking to curtail his family’s excessive plastic baggie habit. He even tried washing them out for reuse, but that was a soggy, not-so-great idea. Jay decided to make a better baggie that does the usual jobs and much more.

His sturdy silicone solution is a stand-out in the kitchen. These durable flat-bottom bags stand up for easier filling and have a slider top that creates a leak-proof seal. (Storing soup in a bag? It can be done.) The bags can go in the oven, microwave, dishwasher, and freezer—heck, you can even write on one with a dry erase marker.

When you think about it, Jay managed to tackle two problems. He built a versatile, functional, and eco-friendlier baggie and was able to toss out his throw-away guilt, all at once. more Their Story