Heavy Duty Plastic Bags.
I know what you are thinking.."OK paul, you idiot, why are you trying to sell plastic bags that i could just go down to the supermarket and buy?"..Well, because you can't, I know this, because I tried. I wanted some heavyduty bags for our new survival kits and although I could buy the usual so called 'heavy duty' bags, actually none of them were quite heavy duty enough. I had to source these from a specialist supplier, they are about twice as thick as a "heavy duty bag' and has a very robust seal, a much more reliable item for the survival kit or camp.
Very useful items for the survival kit, as they can be used for storage and collection,to keep things dry, as a fire starter, as they burn well. You can even fill them with (soft) material and use them as a cushion.
8x10in, twice as thick as a Heavy duty bag, with heavy duty closure
WHY DON'T YOU GET THESE EVEN THICKER??
Its because if you go any thicker with the bags, when you fold them, they tend to crease badly and after a while, these creases split. These are the best ratio of strength to 'foldability' I could find.
MATERIAL: * LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) * Sulfur free. * Chlorine free. * Amide, Amine, & Silicon free. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -6 to 66 C (20 - 150 F) MISCELLANEOUS: * Bag and zipper are made of polyethylene. * Not leakproof, waterproof or airtight. * Not microwavable. * Cannot be boiled. * Can be put in freezer, but cannot be "quick/flash frozen" * Not recommended for dry ice. * Not treated for printing by end-user.