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    I have a Craft Fair coming up mid Sept and I'm working on microwave cozy bowls. I almost ran out last year. I'm always buying the small packs of wrap n zap and I saw this on Amazon. I thought it was a good price, what do you think? I just purchased it. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    It’s pretty good, but Walmart has it for $16.25. I’m having some iPad issues and can’t provide the link right now, but it comes up right away in a search on their site.

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    Carlie - I ordered a roll of it from Amazon a couple months ago, don't remember pricing, but I haven't opened the package yet. Guess there was not reason to make this post except to tell you have fun and good luck with your craft show, and how are you?

    ((And I don't know why everyone still calls you Carlie - but how is she?))
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    Mostly positive reviews. Saw a couple of negative ones. One review said that it is much thinner than the packaged item so you have to double the layers.

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    I always get mind on the bolt from Amazon.....much more reasonable than the packages. Good luck with your show,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy Navas View Post
    Carlie - I ordered a roll of it from Amazon a couple months ago, don't remember pricing, but I haven't opened the package yet. Guess there was not reason to make this post except to tell you have fun and good luck with your craft show, and how are you?

    ((And I don't know why everyone still calls you Carlie - but how is she?))
    People still call me Hula even though my name is on the bottom.


    Good luck on your show!



    Lorie

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    Sandy, thanks :-) Carlie is doing good with her legs this summer thank god. She sleeps a real lot though and is definitely showing her age...real little ole lady.

    Annie, I'll have to remember about Walmart and try it next time.

    Not sure if it is thinner but it probably doesn't matter since you use it on both sides so it's doubled anyway. The ones I did before work well and keep heat off the hands.

    I didn't think I'd be able to go to that Craft Fair this year because I no longer have a car. This ones at the Lake but I may have someone who can drive me and if she can't at the last minute my landlady said she would. I've done several quilts for her grandchildren and don't charge her so she said it's the least she could do :-) I already have a neighbor who will drive me to the other Craft Fair in December, it's at the high school down the street.

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    I'm on my 2nd bolt that I purchased from Amazon and I love it- no issues at all other than to go gently as there is no scrum to keep it from stretching out of shape if you yank on it (can you guess how I figured that one out? Lol)

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    I have missed that sweet spot many times.. you know somewhere between gently guide and firmly hold.

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    Looks like a great price. Joanne's charges $40!
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