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Vacuum Seal Bag sealed with Iron?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by BluntsOrDie, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Is it possible to seal one of these vacuum seal bags \/ with a regular clothes iron? I cant really afford a vacuum sealer and I'm not even trying to suck the air out, just not let any of the smell out. What do you guys think?
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  2. [quote name='"BluntsOrDie"']Is it possible to seal one of these vacuum seal bags \/ with a regular clothes iron? I cant really afford a vacuum sealer and I'm not even trying to suck the air out, just not let any of the smell out. What do you guys think?
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    If it's just smell your worked about get a mason jar. Sorry I didn't really answer your question
     

  3. I need to transport an HP and i need to seal it up good. I'm just wondering if anyone has sealed one of the bags I showed with an iron instead of the expensive vacuum sealer.

    (The bags I posted are refills for the vacuum sealer)
     
  4. Yeah, just don't burn it. We use them in our restaurant.
     
  5. You can try a best vacuum bag which you do not need to seal with the iron.Hope after a small research on the internet you will find vacuum bag.From my point of view just try oreck vacuum bag.
     

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