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Old 10-07-2017, 11:49 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by blissful View Post
Done and thanks again. Here's a tip. The vacuum sealer treats the powder like water and sucks it towards the seal and when that happens it can't get a good vacuum and won't seal. So I put portions in zip lock bags and then vacuum packed those individually. Worked great!
Not to quibble, but it's the Ziplock bags containing the baking soda that needs the air pulled out. Drawing the air out of the container that's storing the Ziplocks can only do so much. Rolling up a paper towel and placing it between the baking soda and the seal should help prevent dust getting sucked up to the sealing area.

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