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post #1 of 6
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Can anyone tell me which is the best bags to buy and does anyone have a good supply place  to order them. Where I live there is limited places to get these.

 

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Cindy

post #2 of 6

Personally, I just cut the corner out of a zip-top bag (at least "storage" grade, preferably "freezer" grade; definitely NOT "sandwich" grade).

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post #3 of 6

 I get a lot of my supplies online."countrykitchensa.com" has disposable decorating bags, reusable bags, parchment triangles and what I use is the 12" x 800' parchment roll.  There are many online suppliers, you can even go on Amazon and find quite a few suppliers for decorating bags and everything else. 

 

 

 

Good Luck!

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post #4 of 6

I prefer the Kee-seal disposable bags. I use these at my full time job decorating and at home decorating and very seldom do they bust at the seam. They also have disposable bags that have some texturizing on the outside of them so your hands grips the bag better. I ordered mine online directly from them just google the name Kee-seal.

post #5 of 6
I use wilton featherweight reusable and disposable. I wash out and reuse the disposable bags until they get a hole in them. I've had one roll of 25 for about 2 years and I'm just now down to my last half dozen or so. I label some of them "royal only" to ensure they stay grease-free for my cookie decorating.
post #6 of 6

I use Kee-Seal and they are great.  I ordered some recently, direct from Kee-Seal and they sent along some Kee-Seal Ultra and I didn't like those at all. They busted.  The regular kee-seal are easy to grip and they don't bust at the seams.

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