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The Red Copper Wrapper is a plastic apparatus that will dispense plastic wrap, foil or wax paper for you to wrap up various food items ( or anything else you choose ) in. This apparatus will hold virtually any roll of plastic, foil or wax paper up to 200 feet in length. When you pull lightly on your wrap, it'll dispense that wrap smoothly and allow you to cut a piece of the perfect length without ragged edges.
The cost of Red Copper Wrapper is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping, for a total price of $27.98. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at redcopperwrapper.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Red Copper Wrapper and has taken down the website. Red Copper Wrapper may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
To begin using this device, insert your chosen roll of wrap inside it. The device's spring-loaded design will allow you to do this quickly, without a struggle.
Next, make sure that your Red Copper Wrapper is resting firmly on a flat surface, and start to gently pull out some wrap. You should notice that the wrap glides smoothly out of the device without getting stuck or tearing when you don't want it to.
Once you've pulled out your wrap to the desired length, press down on your device's top and it'll make an even cut to provide you with a neat piece of wrap of the proper length.
After you've got a good piece of wrap cut, you can then move on to using it to wrap any item, including food items such as potatoes, pizza or bowls of fruit. Just repeat the process above for any additional thing you need to wrap.
If you notice that your device is dirty, simply give it a rinse-off or plop it in the dishwasher as part of your next load.
Each Red Copper Wrapper has non-slip grips on its bottom, like feet, that will hold the device in place as you use it. That means that unless you're incredibly aggressive with it, it won't be falling over while you're trying to pull out some wrap.
The cutter inside each device is safely concealed under plastic, so you won't run the risk of cutting your fingers as you use it, as you may when using a box of wrap.
Each Red Copper Wrapper is compact and will only take up about as much space as a standard box of plastic wrap, foil or wax paper. You'll be able to transport it with you to the cottage, the office or anywhere else, if need be.
This high-quality polypropylene device is safe to put in the dishwasher, so if you have a dishwasher of your own, you won't have to take the time to wash it by hand.
This apparatus will hold virtually any roll of foil, wax paper, or plastic wrap, so it's unlikely that you'll need to switch brands from your favorite once you start using it as a holder / cutter.
The good-quality polypropylene material used to make each Red Copper Wrapper is durable, so your device will probably last for years without needing to be replaced. Unlike a cardboard box of wrap, it won't break down on you in seconds if you pull on a piece of wrap too hard.
This device will cut a good, usable piece of wrap for you every time, so you won't find yourself throwing out pieces you've cut since they're the wrong shape or size.
The Red Copper Wrapper is a good choice if you've got kids who want to learn to navigate the kitchen. You won't need to worry about them cutting their fingers when they cut any sort of wrap with it, since their hands will not come in contact with the concealed cutter.
Each device comes with an extra-large roll of tinfoil and an extra-large roll of plastic wrap that, like most types, are guaranteed to fit nicely into the device.
Many people choose to keep plastic wrap, foil or waxed paper in their original boxes, but these can be cumbersome to use. First of all, the roll might fall out or the box might even break if you happen to drop one. Moreover, even though most boxes have a built-in cutter, it often won't cut your wrap that effectively, leaving jagged, uneven edges, and may in fact cut your fingers, too.
You might choose to take your roll of plastic wrap, waxed paper or foil out of the box and just tear pieces off with your fingers. However, once again, with this method, it'll be hard to get evenly edged pieces and it also may be hard to hold onto the wrap as you tear.
If you currently struggle with boxes and rolls of wrap, you may be one of those people who chooses just to throw out leftover food instead of wrapping it and putting it in the fridge. For those of you who make that choice, you may find it less difficult to wrap food once you start using the Red Copper Wrapper, and therefore decide to wrap up more of your food. As a result, you won't need to replace food that you've thrown out as often.
Once you start using the Red Copper Wrapper, you'll eliminate any usual struggle with boxes and rolls, so your food wrapping will likely take minutes less each time.
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