TrinityWare 10Mil 1 Gallon Mylar Bags Review | Survival Bucket Prep

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After 100 bags, I can attest that the TrinityWare 10Mil 1 Gallon Mylar Bags are thick, durable, and actually perform as advertised. They are a full 10Mil thick so our entry level Inkbird Vacuum Sealer Machine has to seal twice to make the bag seal enough to where we then seal it a second and third time with a 16 inch Impulse Sealer like this one.

Comes with large oxygen absorbers and some thin labels (didn't use the labels). These are the ones I'm using in the videos for Freeze-Drying and Vacuum sealing.

I decided against the 5 gallon bags as it seemed better to me to do gallon bags and then stuff a few of those in the buckets instead of doing all the buckets with one type of food. I doubt we'd go through 20+ lbs of rice in a 5 gallon bucket in a timely fashion.

Using 1 gallon bags also gives us something to trade vs a whole rice bucket. It's also easier to carry vs larger stuff, but it's big enough for the 1600G of rice that roughly equals 6,000 calories. About what I'd think our family would be able to eat in a week (along with other stuff obviously).
 

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After 100 bags, I can attest that the TrinityWare 10Mil 1 Gallon Mylar Bags are thick, durable, and actually perform as advertised. They are a full 10Mil thick so our entry level Inkbird Vacuum Sealer Machine has to seal twice to make the bag seal enough to where we then seal it a second and third time with a 16 inch Impulse Sealer like this one.

Comes with large oxygen absorbers and some thin labels (didn't use the labels). These are the ones I'm using in the videos for Freeze-Drying and Vacuum sealing.

I decided against the 5 gallon bags as it seemed better to me to do gallon bags and then stuff a few of those in the buckets instead of doing all the buckets with one type of food. I doubt we'd go through 20+ lbs of rice in a 5 gallon bucket in a timely fashion.

Using 1 gallon bags also gives us something to trade vs a whole rice bucket. It's also easier to carry vs larger stuff, but it's big enough for the 1600G of rice that roughly equals 6,000 calories. About what I'd think our family would be able to eat in a week (along with other stuff obviously).
My Foodsaver I just bought won't seal the thick bags.
 
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