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Nick Prochilo

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Are you guys that wash your bags the same guys who DON'T want to wash their water pans on the WSM and use sand??????????? I wash my pan and shit can the used bags! :-D
 

Greg Rempe

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Well let's see...empty bag, turn inside out, place in dishwasher and then take it out after washing and put it back in the bag drawer...yes, indeed a labor intensive procedure! :smt023 Where the hell is my back brace!! LOSERS!! :-({|=
 
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You were right ~ You ARE self centered!! :shock: I don't wash mine in the DW because they end up blowing everywhere. I wash mine by hand and lay out to dry. Doesn't take much when you're doing one bag at a time :D
 

Nick Prochilo

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Greg Rempe said:
Well let's see...empty bag, turn inside out, place in dishwasher and then take it out after washing and put it back in the bag drawer...yes, indeed a labor intensive procedure! :smt023 Where the hell is my back brace!! LOSERS!! :-({|=

Try this with your water pan. Do you put the bags on the bottom rack or the top rack?
 

Larry D.

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I almost feel guilty for using bags once and throwing them away. I didn't get a Foodsaver - I bought a Sinbo vacuum sealer. Not quite as nice as the Foodsaver, but it uses the much less expensive flat (not patterned) bags. And when I bought it, I got a deal that included 200 free 1-quart bags. The free bags were the Foodsaver patterned type - so I got maybe $80 worth of bags (retail value) for free.
 

Greg Rempe

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Nick Prochilo said:
[quote="Greg Rempe":2xskqjbg]Well let's see...empty bag, turn inside out, place in dishwasher and then take it out after washing and put it back in the bag drawer...yes, indeed a labor intensive procedure! :smt023 Where the hell is my back brace!! LOSERS!! :-({|=

Try this with your water pan. Do you put the bags on the bottom rack or the top rack?[/quote:2xskqjbg]

Top rack...and why would I put my water pan in there...it's full of sand! :shock:
 

Woodman1

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I gotta get one of these things so I can relate! If you guys love your food savers soo much....."why don't you marry them? Ha ha ...ha ha" (One of my favorite retorts!)
 

Woodman1

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Greg, that show was a classic! Larry Fishburn, Phil Hartman? The music was written by Todd Rundgren and Mark Mothersbaugh (Devo). That one where he actually married the chicken salad in a ceremony was a hoot! (too bad he had to jack off in public and ruin it!!)
 

Uncle Al

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Hey WoodWee

Did ya here that PeeWee opened a dry cleaning shop ??

The Sign out front reads "DROP YOUR PANTS AND JAKET OFF HERE"

Uncle Al
 

Woodman1

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Uncle Al said:
Hey WoodWee

Did ya here that PeeWee opened a dry cleaning shop ??

The Sign out front reads "DROP YOUR PANTS AND JAKET OFF HERE"

Uncle Al

Ha Ha Ha Ha. I'll use that one Monday!
 

Bruce B

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Do you know there is a whole subculture of FoodSaver people over on Yahoo. They have a group with like 500 members, like some kind of fucking cult. :smt096 :snakeman: :smt074 :smt117
 

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