Uses for Glad Press'n Seal Wrap?

Uses for Glad Press'n Seal Wrap. Post your ideas.

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May 20, 20052 found this helpful
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During the winter, we used a sheet over the mail slot in the front door! It worked great!

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May 20, 20051 found this helpful
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My brother in Iraq told me a friend of his uses the Press'n Seal Wrap on his laptop keyboard to keep sand out.

Renee

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By Suzanne (Guest Post)
December 4, 20062 found this helpful
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I've been using Glad Press'n Seal wrap to "laminate" my recipe cards and all those recipe clippings from magazines. I also cover my cookbook pages to keep them clean during use and I've used Press'n Seal to cover my counter top to roll out pie crust.

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By Susie N (Guest Post)
October 30, 20071 found this helpful
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When my daughter broke her wrist, we used Press N Seal to cover her cast so she could shower.

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October 30, 20070 found this helpful
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I use it on a tray I keep under my cat food dishes. Once there are food spills on it I just remove it and replace it with another sheet. Stays put and works great!

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May 20, 20050 found this helpful

I have discovered several great uses for the new "Glad" brand Press'n Seal plastic wrap. First I used it as a "bib" for myself. It seems as if I always drop food on my "chest". I've been trying to think of something I could use temporarily and came up with this. Once it's plastered to your shirt/blouse, it's hard to see because it's not shiny. It stays on really well and doesn't leave any residue when removed.

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Except for the size of the box, this would be a great carry-with-you product. I suppose you could keep it in your car and put it on before going in to eat somewhere (especially for kids) but I don't know what the heat/cold in a vehicle would do to the sticky part.

Anyway, it can also be used over the seat of upholstered dining chairs, car seats, and anywhere else you want to protect. I don't think it would work for animal claws and dirt, but it might be worth a try.

It can also be used as an "apron" when cooking to protect from splatters to your clothes.

By Lynn T

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June 25, 20120 found this helpful

Wow, this is wonderful and the responses are a real help, too.
Have a wonderful day :)

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