Last updated on January 21st, 2015 at 06:07 am
Isn’t it frustrating when food stuff you plan to use later while cooking gets spoilt? Start using Therma Freeze and stop believing that nothing can prevent milk from turning sour, sandwich turning soggy, curd turning bad or just about anything with time. Therma Freeze is the food-safe sheets ice wrap and insulate that is designed to keep all foods frozen and fresh. It can be used for a variety of other things too.
How does Therma Freeze Ice Wraps Work
Therma Freeze is the revolutionary new way of retaining freshness of food for really long on account of its secret, which is its unique flexible freeze technology. It has tiny crystal in each of its cell which absorb and expand when kept in water and don’t allow trapping of water inside, which prevents it from leaking.
It is flexible in the real sense of the word as when you put in your freezer it becomes flexible frozen ice wrap. The Therma Freeze ice sheets have a thin plastic backing on one side, and soft cloth on the other to provide comfort. You can cut the sheet to size, or fold them to fit your needs.And besides folding, you can even cut up it and fit around products or simply wrap things of smaller size.
Apart from food stuff, you can also use it to cool baby’s bottles, containers, lunch bags and more. What’s more, you can even use it as cold therapy relief on your body. And if these details sound daunting, worry not about using it, as all you have to do is just soak it, freeze and wrap your food in the wrap. It’s easier and more effective than even the gel packs that have been in use. What’s more, you don’t have to throw it after single use but can use it more than once.
You can even use Therma Freeze for Get rid of the annoying mess of melting ice and gel packs. Switch over to the smart new mode of keeping your foods and drinks colder and also fresher much longer. Therma Freeze indeed is one of the best things to have in your kitchen.
- 15 ThermaFreeze® Ice Wraps
All this for $ 19.99 + $ 17.98 P . & H. Official website www.thermafreeze.com