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    18" Plastic Wrap Recommendations (Brands; Sources)

    Looking for recommendations for high-quality 18" plastic wrap brands and sources. Lots of options on Amazon, but I see lots of complaints about too-thin film, flimsy boxes, and ineffective cutters too. What's a wrapper to do?

    #2
    I don’t know if Costco’s brand is 18”? But, that’s the one I’ve found to be the best! As i type, I really don’t think it’s 18, but perhaps you have already tried their wrap and needing something bigger.

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    • jfmorris
      jfmorris commented
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      The Kirkland plastic wrap is only 12" wide. It is great wrap though!

    • fkrall
      fkrall commented
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      I'm looking for something bigger so I can wrap with significantly less tangling. Vito Iacopelli takes 12" wrap out of the box and makes that look easy. That's Plan B despite the risk I'll wrap myself in plastic that way.

    #3
    I use this one.

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    this is from a local store chain. I wouldn’t pay too much attention to reviews from people who are not accustomed to using it frequently.

    the stuff is a pain in the butt but once you get the hang of it it’s like riding a bike.

    that box costs like 20 bucks. That’s the house brand. I love it.

    do have a restaurant supply store?

    so the ..... obviously flimsy stay away from. I agree there.

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      #4
      I got a box of 18" from a Food Supply Wholesale place. It's thicker than my 12" roll from Costco. Neither one states the mil of the wrap-sorry to say. I like both kinds.

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        #5
        I use this one

        https://www.webstaurantstore.com/ber...hoCAYgQAvD_BwE

        I prefer the serrated cutter rather than the slide cutter

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          #6
          Try webstaurant.com. they have I think everything.

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            #7
            I use Kirkland as well but 18" would be nice. I love their foil too which is nice and wide.

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              #8
              I agree with a few from above... if you don't have a local restaurant supply store, check out webstaurant.com. I get foil and plastic wrap from my restaurant supply store. I have the slide cutter. It works well but separated from the box so I had to super glue it. So, I might try the serrated version next. Once I go through the multi year supply lol.

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                #9
                Right on the money, guys; many thanks!!

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