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Are these toxic? No, they use parafin wax
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They're compostable. The listing says they use paraffin wax to make these. Cheaper and more eco-friendly than PFAS
Nope - they're deliberately setting themselves up for big lawsuit payouts just for the fun of it.
awesome. i'll try these.
maybe i can reduce my plastic output by using less ziplocs.

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Didn't even know these exist. Thanks
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Didn't even know these exist. Thanks
It used to be the thing, before plastic.
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Is the chemical on the paper really safe ?
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In for one! Seems like a great thing to try out!
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Is the chemical on the paper really safe ?
Should be just some cheap oil
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Have never seen these before, but I'm thinking they'd been nice for some uses, rather than plastic. One question I have is would it prevent things like chips etc from becoming stale?
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Is the chemical on the paper really safe ?
Good question. I wouldn't be surprised if the coating contains PFAS
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awesome. i'll try these.
maybe i can reduce my plastic output by using less ziplocs.
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Good question. I wouldn't be surprised if the coating contains PFAS
They're compostable. The listing says they use paraffin wax to make these. Cheaper and more eco-friendly than PFAS
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Thank you
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The listing says they use paraffin wax to make these.
Oh, are petroleum-based products nontoxic?
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GET one! Nice choice for kitchen!
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