The Food Guard kicks plastic wrap to the curb and solves your missing lid problem forever

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temporary blindness
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I’m slightly intrigued by the product, but I’m more intrigued by the prospect of a video featuring the model just stretching the item.

Ten minutes would be sufficient.

Oh, who am I kidding? 3 minutes is plenty.


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This is a hell of a way to sell surplus dental dams.


Betcha the guy masturbating the elephant could have used one of these


Ok, having watched the video and seen her put sealed bowls of stuff in the microwave, I want to see an experiment to see how far they deform before bursting (if they do burst) when the bowl’s contents are left in long enough for superheated steam to be the result.

I never put anything completely sealed in the microwave - you have to allow steam to escape/pressure to dissipate or things inside tend to explode.

REALLY bad reviews on Amazon! Ouch!


Well…the Product Description on Amazon does say—and I quote—

We created Food Guard to be easy to use, stretchable and ‘gripy’



They sure did market this for the wrong room.

I hope Piers Anthony gets royalties for when APFI is really invented

I’m gonna hate myself for this but…


I have some similar versions of this that seem to work a lot better.

One set is just a silicone, flexible lid that just sits on top, you don’t wrap it over the edges, but it’s smooth enough that it tends to form a seal.

Second set is more like this, but has a ‘lid shape’ with a lip around the edge. It honestly works pretty well too.

Both are pretty good for ‘I have a bunch of stuff I need to put in the fridge and it’s in a bowl that doesn’t have a lid’ compared to like plastic wrap/etc.

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