Heavy Duty Mylar Bag – 35cm x 50cm

ONE OF OUR MOST POPULAR BAGS FOR LONG-TERM FOOD STORAGE. Potential uses include storage of medium amounts of dry foodstuffs, particularly heavy, bulky or irregular shaped foods, including rice, pasta, noodles, beans, pulses, seeds and dehydrated meat and vegetables.

From £9.99

5 x Heavy Duty Mylar Bags - 35cm x 50cm

£9.99

10 x Heavy Duty Mylar Bags - 35cm x 50cm

£18.99

50 x Heavy Duty Mylar Bags - 35cm x 50cm

£69.99

100 x Heavy Duty Mylar Bags - 35cm x 50cm

£119.99

400 x Heavy Duty Mylar Bags - 35cm x 50cm

£339.99

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  • 35cm x 50cm (14″ x 20″) external dimensions
  • 33cm x 48cm (13.4″ x 19.3″) internal dimensions
  • Approx. 9 litres (2 gallons) volume
  • 7.0mil (178 microns) thickness (twice the thickness of our standard bags)
  • Food grade – safe for food storage
  • Heat sealable, flat bag (non-gusseted)
  • Pack sizes of 5, 10, 50, 100 and 400
  • Ideal size for use with our 2000cc oxygen absorbers and 100g silica gel desiccants

Potential uses include storage of medium amounts of dry foodstuffs, particularly heavy, bulky or irregular shaped foods, including rice, pasta, noodles, beans, pulses, seeds and dehydrated meat and vegetables. Ideal size for spaghetti.

Other uses include storage of metal tools, accessories and fixings, such as hammers, chisels, nuts, bolts and screws, to protect from corrosion. This bag is also ideal for storing heavier items of clothing and shoes.

Mylar Shop bags protect against oxygen, heat, pests, light and moisture.

Customer Reviews

  • Fast delivery quality products will definitely be a returning customer. Thank you...

    5
    Carole Sands ,
    12 March 2022
  • I needed some large Mylar bags to store my RC car in the garage over winter and these worked perfectly. I like that you can buy small quantities too, unlike some sellers where you have to buy loads at a time.

    5
    George Exler ,
    16 December 2017
  • Wow. These are the thickest and best quality Mylar bags I have seen.

    5
    Igor Ivanov ,
    09 December 2017