Kirkland Signature Stretch-Tite Plastic Food Wrap vs. Glad Cling Wrap Clear Food Wrap

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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Testers PREFERRED the store brand's packaging. It was much easier to get the roll started and the blade is on the base of the box. It took about 5 minutes to figure out the edge of the plastic on the Glad wrap, and its blade is on the lid, making it more difficult to cut. We also think the Kirkland Signature wrap is just as durable as Glad. The one positive of Glad is it clinged better for us, but we also found it got more crumpled because of its amazing cling.

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Dina

03/29/2019

This stuff is awesome!! Will always be buying this.

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