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Use Freezer Tape to Mark Name on Dishes

When taking food to a friend or to a covered dish gatherings, it's good to be able to identify your dishes to bring them back home.

I use freezer tape to mark my Pyrex dishes. I write my name on the tape with a Sharpie Permanent Marker. The tape does not come off when baking or washing the dish. I have dishes that my name has been on the dish for a long time. Some of the tape, I have actually had to rewrite my name as the tape was still good.

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I keep freezer tape on hand all the time.

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Anonymous
January 6, 20170 found this helpful

I use return address labels

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January 7, 20180 found this helpful

That is a good idea. That must be some fantastic masking tape!!

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January 7, 20180 found this helpful
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Freezer tape and Masking tape are two different kinds of tape. I just happened to have a new roll of freezer tape I bought not long ago and have not opened it. The package says it holds at -40 degrees. Works well on paper, film and foil. It does not say that you can put it in the oven but that works well for me, as stated in my posting. Hope this helps.

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