- Ziploc is a brand of disposable,
releasable zipper storage bags and containers originally developed by Dow Chemical Company, and now produced by S. C. Johnson & Son.
- The resalable and reusable features
of Ziploc bags is a positive environmental factor. We encourage the
responsible use and disposal of plastic Ziploc Bags. Recycling of
plastic bags is not available everywhere; however, many grocery stores
throughout United States collect plastic bags for recycling.
- Thicker plastic and Double Zipper
technology, ZiplocŪ Freezer Bags help guard against freezer burn,
odour transfer, moisture loss and changes in food texture, flavor and
color. They can be used in the microwave for reheating or Thawing.
- The resalable and reusable features of
zip lock bags is a positive environmental factor. We encourage the responsible use and disposal of plastic
Zip lock Bags. Recycling of plastic bags is not available everywhere; however, many grocery stores throughout United States collect plastic bags for recycling. The following web site provides the public, municipalities and businesses a means to identify grocery stores and recovery facilities that collect plastic bags for recycling.
- These bags are not expensive, and can
be reused many times. They breathe so well that you can stack dozens in
a small area, as long as you don't pack them down. You can put between
one and about 100 insects in each bag without causing them to suffer and
die in transit. If they die, they turn reddish brown before you can
identify them or transfer them to a cage.
- Plaintiff sued defendant for patent
infringement alleging both literal infringement and infringement under
the doctrine of equivalents. Both parties made closing devices for re
closable plastic storage bags. Both plaintiff and defendant moved for
summary judgment. Defendant's motion was granted. The court found that
plaintiff's product opened and closed by means of rolling, but that
defendant's product opened and closed by means of deformation and
displacement. Plaintiff's argument was based on a misunderstanding of
the claims required.
- Ziploc sales have soared since the
security measures were introduced in the wake of the September 11, 2001
attacks. This multi-billion-dollar company, I found, is family owned and
is not listed - so we long-suffering travelers cannot benefit from their
good sales and buy a few shares in Ziploc. I guess there are a few trust
fund babies in the Johnson family who don't have to worry about planning
- Knead dough. Ziploc bags allow you to
knead dough without getting your fingers sticky. Keep your panty hose
organized in Ziploc bags. You can organize them by brand, size, and
color. Store each pair in their own bag to prevent snags. Turn a Ziploc
bag into a pastry bag by snipping off a tiny corner. This allows you to
frost a cake without any special tools.
- Ice an injury. Ziploc bags make
for an excellent cold compress. Ziploc your stuff at airport security.
By ziploccing your stuff before arriving at the airport, you can pass
through checkpoints quickly.
- Remove chewing gum or candle wax from
a tablecloth, carpeting, or the couch. Gently rub the gum orwax with a
Ziploc bag filled with ice cubes until the substance hardens. Once the
gum or wax hardens, shatter it with a hammer and vacuum up the chips.
Carefully peel off any frozen wax with a plastics patula.
- Ideal for storing linens, off
seasonal clothing, camping gear, toys and seasonal decorations. Perfect
for staying organized on the go, in the car or during a move. Great for
the garage for organizing tools, fishing gear or gardening supplies.
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