Like your best friend, these bags are fun and reliable. They come in so many colors, I love seeing them in my Tupperware drawer. Trust me, these bags will become your best friend next time you’re on the go or just have something you need to keep safe for later.
I love these and want every size. The seal is 100% safe. You could fill one with olive oil, stick it in your bag, and wouldn’t have to worry about it leaking a bit. I also love how easy they are to wash in the dishwasher and then air dry.
I travel for business at least once a month and I love these to stash snacks, dirty reusable utensils, and necessities on the plane and during my trip. For flights, I pack one with my earbuds, phone charger, antibac wipes, lip balm, and eyedrops and stick it in the seatpocket so everything stays clean and I'm not digging thru my bag during the flight. They get extra points for being dishwasher safe.
I bought a couple of the stand-up bags along with the starter set. Really glad I got both. I find these very handy because, as the name implies, they stand up while you're filling them. They also stand up in the fridge, with their little windows facing forward so I can see all the stuff at a glance. They are thick enough that I put muffins inside, stacked, and froze them. Easy to open and grab one out to reheat.
They clean up easily, do the job better than the alternatives - what's not to love?
I’m actually quite amazed at how well this adheres to whatever you’re wrapping whether it be a container of the food
itself. So much better than plastic. Glad to be doing my part for the environment.
I purchased a three pack, and couldn’t be happier! Such good quality for the price.
It's a pleasure to get in the easy, eco-friendly habit of using and reusing these instead of tearing off and later trashing sheet after sheet of plastic wrap or foil. We sent both our adult children a set of the purple ones, too.
Honestly just bought this as a bag to keep bath towels made with a bunch of thin thread loops from getting snagged. Working great for this in washer and dryer, didn't even shrink ;)
The absorption of this tiny cloth is crazy!
I only bought one for me as I bought others to give us gifts. I’m super excited to gift these now that I know how useful they are. I used mine for wiping down the counters and it left no streaks. I washed dishes with it, dried dishes, cleaned my fridge. They are much easier to use than a dishrag because of the size. All I had to do between jobs was rinse it out in a little soapy water. I’ll be replacing all of my dishrags with these eventually. Highly recommend it!
Love ‘em. Fun patterns. Great gifts. Thanks!
I use these all the time instead of sponges, rags, or paper towels for wiping counters and surfaces. They don't smell, they stay sturdy, and they can be cleaned and sanitized to extend their life even further.
I love these for mopping up spills, drying dishes, and cleaning countertops. They seem much more sanitary than dish/cleaning rags and don't carry a musty smell.
Great drawstring bags, perfect for anything really. I’ve already used one to take my lunch to work. They are incredibly lightweight and transparent, but at the same time very durable. If you’re looking for a new set of versatile bags, I recommend these!
HUGE fan of these. The scale tare weight is provided and it keeps you from grabbing those plastic produce bags. I keep my reusable produce bags in side my large reusable bags so I always remember them.
These bags are awesome and so handy for grocery shopping! They’re durable, easy to wash, and the perfect size for just about any fruits and veggies. These are a must for any shopping trip.
These have been a great addition to my reusable shopping bags. I've found that they help keep my produce fresher for longer (vs the plastic/compostable bags from the grocery store).
I've always tried to write out on paper what's in season and when. This wheel makes it so much easier and is much more comprehensive when I can't simply go to a farmers market. It's also very pretty and has me noticing many other fruits and vegetables that I didn't even know were local to the PNW. I've only had this for about a month but would never want to live anywhere without it.
The back of it also has loads of extra information about seasonality and when things are commercially available if the front doesn't have everything you need.
Mine is pinned up very simply with a thumbtack in drywall in my kitchen.
I always wanted to know what was in season monthly and this is the guide! I have it on the same hook as the wall calendar and can refer to it when shopping and planning the garden!
I have wanted to get a set like this for a long time, but the cost didn't fit the budget. I just splurged and I can't believe I waited so long. These are great - they seal so well, they wash up easily, and I love that they have a clear window so you can see what's in the fridge. The feel sturdy. I expect I'll have these a long while.
If you've been reusing containers and have a drawer full, like we did, or if you haven't yet kicked the baggie habit, take the plunge and do it. You won't regret getting these.
I have tried using tshirts, linen cloths and a cotton produce bag in an effort to purchase less. However, that deterred me in making my own milks at home. This is such a useful tool. It cuts down so much time and is relatively easy to clean (boil for 10 mins after use and dry completely). The ring that slides in helps to squeeze further any liquid out. I also purchased the wide mason jar funnel and together it makes it so much easier to do.
Decided I wanted to start making my own oat milk so I bought this filter to help me achieve that. Worked great! I ended up straining my oat milk twice for extra smoothness, and the filter rinsed out very easily between uses!
This handy little bag is the best to make any sort of non-diary milk at home! Great design, easy to use, and strains all the pulp beautifully. Once you start making your own milk, you’ll never be running to the store last minute again. So delicious - and this bag will encourage you along in the process.
I've used other mesh strainers but this one worked way better! I strained the milk again with a a wire strainer just in case but I didn't need to, it did a snazzy job the first time around. I also really loved the tapered design of the bag which made the process of squeezing it easy and relatively mess free.
This has revolutionized our hemp milk making. Gone are the days when we had chunky hemp milk in our coffee! Easy to use and wash. Highly recommend it for homemade non-dairy milks.
Since these filters are a set of two, they're extremely cost effective compared to a box of 100 disposable filters, which I usually find for $10-12. However, the second I started using this filter, I wondered why this product exists... I already composted my disposable filters, so this product makes me do the same thing but in a more difficult way. I still have to compost the grounds, but instead of just picking up the paper filter filled with wet grounds and plopping it into the compost bucket, now I have to take a still-hot cloth filter (because the coffee stains set in the longer you let it sit, I figured out), gingerly turn it inside out over the compost bin so I don't fling grounds everywhere, try to shake some out, and then use a dull knife to scrape the wet grounds out of the filter. It's impossible to get all the wet grounds off the filter, so some inevitably do go down the drain when I rinse the filter off. Almost every day coffee grounds end up on the floor or the counter, no matter how carefully I do this.
Bottom line: If I use this set of 2 filters for a couple years, I'll have undoubtedly saved money. But at this point, I don't think the mess and hassle of these are worth it compared to spending $12 a couple times a year.
I got this as a gift for my mom (the drip #2) as she is a coffee fanatic and she loves them! The thing that she loves the most about them is how easy they are to clean: just rinse with water and air dry, reuse a few times until a run through the laundry is needed. I highly recommend it for any coffee lovers out there.
I was primarily looking for a sustainable replacement for single-use coffee filters. When I purchased, the #2 filters were out of stock (I make my coffee with a single-use pour over dripper, which calls for a #2 filter) BUT I purchased the #4 option and it still fits and works perfectly fine! My coffee filters through this coffee sock more quickly than my paper filters (leading to more watered down coffee), but I simply need to figure out how to adjust my coffee grind.
Easy to clear -- I dump my used coffee grinds into the compost, rinse this coffee sock, and let it dry out overnight. Would recommend!