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There seem to be as many myths as there are facts about your best options for packing clothes long-term. Vacuum storage bags are no exception to this and they endure an interesting reputation for the place they hold in the world of closet organization and design. Let’s explore all those details and nuances so we can get to the facts at the heart of the matter: do vacuum seal bags ruin clothes?
Surprisingly, this question holds more philosophical weight than you’d think for what appears to be a pretty straightforward topic. Is it still a Vacuum Shrink Bag if all you did was stuff your things in a garbage bag and hoovered out the air? Well - technically, it fits the definition, but you definitely don’t want to try this hack if you actually care about protecting your clothes!When Dairy Products Vacuum Shrink Bags first showed up on the market, you can imagine they might be a pretty big hit. It’s hard to argue against the benefit of shrinking the space bulky clothes and linens took up all while protecting them from the elements. And, vacuum storage bags deliver on their promises more often than not. After all, using a household garbage bag may not be a great idea, but it’s an idea that still works - it’s not exactly rocket science, right?For processors of goods such as meat, cheese, vegetables and bakery products, Thermoforming Film packaging is commonplace, and for good reason. This format provides a high level of protection for the products within, drastically increasing shelf life potential and delivering great product visibility on-shelf to attract consumers.
The packaging itself is, of course, at the heart of the thermoforming process and the quality of that packaging is fundamental to ensuring the finished product appeals to consumers as it should. Having asked a series of open questions to those using thermoforming systems, a number of challenges in this area were identified. Issues such as wrinkles, non-optimal Functional Film positioning and seal seam problems still leave room for improvement. These primarily stem from uneven and uncontrolled film tension, the non-optimal positioning of the top web in relation to the bottom and high forces applied during sealing.