For those that line with Reynolds freezer paper..

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  1. May 28, 2019 #21

    earlene

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    That's a much better price than the one I saw when I clicked the link from Uline. Shipping cost is surely a big ticket item, so I certainly understand why you'd stick with Uline's products. And they are actually close enough that you can go pick them up.

    I wonder if the leakage is really relative to the thickness of the low density polyethylene coating rather than the weight of the paper. I get leakage, too with the Reynolds freezer paper when I pour with a very thin batter. I have double lined to account for that, but then I get bulky folded freezer paper lines on the ends where I fold the paper.


    So this whole thread got me searching for other alternatives to Reynolds Freezer paper in case I have to switch, and it made me wonder if Reynolds is aware of their quality control issues with this product. But I couldn't find any evidence of that with a short Google search, however it occurs to me that they should become aware of why folks might stop buying their products, especially if it's about product quality.

    I hope those of you who have discovered these problems are reporting these issues to ReynoldsKitchens. Here is a link to contact and report problems with their products: https://www.reynoldskitchens.com/contact/
     
  2. May 29, 2019 #22

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    Good point. The one time I used the non-stick parchment paper with a very thin batter, I ended up with wrinkled damp paper. But, it didn’t stick! It has always worked well for me when I was clearly at light trace or more, but it’s not like I have made all that much soap. Folding the paper is too fiddly for me, which is why I bought a small mold with a silicone liner that I use for most of the soaps I’m making right now.
     

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