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Is Nylon Biodegradable?

According to greengood.com: ”Sort of.  Nylon takes between 30 and 40 years to biodegrade, that is quite a long time but nothing compared to the estimated 500 years for a plastic bag. Nylon is renewable and recyclable because it can be broken apart to form new nylon or a new product. Nylon is recycled frequently […]

Are these bags recyclable?

Washable Produce Bags are 100% nylon and with proper care, will last indefinitely.Some people have found other uses for the bags such as seed sprouting. Have fun coming up with creative things to do with the bags and share some of your ideas with us.

Can I wash the produce in the bag?

Yes, you can wash your produce right in the bag. Then just shake off any excess water and your bag will dry very quickly as water does not cling to the nylon fabric. Lettuce can be cut up, placed in the bag and used like a lettuce spinner. It works great!

Will my produce stay fresh in these bags?

Most vegetable will do fine just as they are in the bag in your refrigerator. Wrap leafy greens, such as lettuce, in a damp towel as these vegetables tend to dry out quickly. Fruit such as apples and pears will benefit from the mesh material that allows the ethylene gas that these fruits release to […]

Have the bags been tested for toxic substances?

Yes, cheap mlb jerseys Washable Produce your Bags Soap have Hold been tested for FDA in food contact, heavy wholesale jerseys metals, and phthalates (California bill wholesale nba jerseys AB 1108:2007 and a California Prop Manuelle 65) Android by an independent laboratory.

Soap in a Bag

You know how that bar of soap in the shower gets too big to throw away and too small to use?  Try using a WPB to hold your  small  soaps. We  recommend using the 6″ by 7″ bag size.  Got other uses for our  bags, tell us about it.