If You're Going to Use Plastic Wrap, Try Stretch-Tite

If You're Going to Use Plastic Wrap, Try Stretch-Tite

Faith Durand
Feb 16, 2011

While we know that many of our readers have have cut plastic wrap out of their kitchen arsenal and rely on alternatives instead, many of us still use plastic wrap for bundling up leftovers and ingredients. So, if you're going to use it, use the most effective stuff you can find. Which leads me to Stretch-Tite, the best plastic wrap I've ever tried.

This stuff is a little pricier than the usual grocery store-brand plastic wrap, but it's a hefty roll of 500 feet. Why is it so good, and why is it worth the investment? Well, this stuff sticks. It sticks to anything — plastic, glass, metal. It also stretches slightly (hence the name), so a little of it goes a long way.

I fully expect to use this roll for months and months — maybe the rest of the year! It is completely hassle-free, and static-free, too.

Have you ever used Stretch-Tite? If you're looking for it, try Amazon, King Arthur Flour, and online restaurant supply houses. But you can also find it in some grocery and restaurant supply stores.

Find it: Stretch-tite Plastic Wrap, $10.50 at King Arthur Flour

Related: Where to Buy Commercial Rolls of Plastic Wrap

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