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#1 of 4 Old 05-30-2008, 07:00 PM - Thread Starter
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Washing out my ziploc bags just isn't cutting it. I'd really like something that I can put the kids snacks in (including wet things like apple slices in lemon juice, strawberries, etc.) but that will fit in my bag (so no hard containers because they don't fit and the kids spill from they easily).

I'd really like some kind of cloth but waterproof bag with a ziploc kind of seal that can be thrown into the washing machine? Does anything like this exist? If so, where can I get some?
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Yup There are two alternatives listed here - wrap-n-mats and happy sacks. HTH!

ETA neither has a ziploc seal though, they both velcro closed.

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I just bought some off of, but the ones that I don't have zippers.

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Just a note on wrap n mat, I have them and really enjoy them the recycle fabric ones are EVA plastic, I believe this is a safer plastic than the other mats. I recently bought some from ETSY that are plastic free just fabric, and she is just about to start carrying them in organic flannel. Also, I use tiffin tins for wet items and pyrex with lids.
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