Monday, December 22, 2008

QuickSeals Giveaway Closed


What are QuickSeals?:

QuickSeals™is a plastic product with a zip slider top and adhesive strips that can be applied to any food bag or box to add a zip closure to seal in freshness and prevent spillage.

QuickSeals™ Benefits:
Easy open and close slider.
Great for pantry and freezer items.
Helps keep food fresh in its original package.
Helps eliminate infestation.
Lets you keep original cooking instructions, serving and nutritional information.
Great for home and travel use.

QuickSeals can be ordered online or they are also at Publix.

2 lucky winner will win some Quick Seals!

How to enter - You need to click & visit QuickSeals come back and leave a comment and tell me how you would use them. Want another entry? Blog about this giveaway and leave a post that you did and where. You can also subscribe to my blog / be a follower / grab my button for additional entries! Winner will be picked using random.org. Contest will end December 29, 2008 9:00 PM EST.

337 comments:

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Kristy said...

subscriber

Gretchen said...

These would be perfect for all the little "treasures" that my kids collect in zip lock bags that inevitably don't zip anymore after heavy kid usage.

Gretchen said...

I subscribe!

Sarah S said...

This is a cool product! I would use it for our chips/pretzels.

Sarah S said...

Subscriber!

janetfaye said...

I would use these to keep my vegetables fresh in the fridge.


Thank you!

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janetfaye said...

I am subscribed.




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janetfaye said...

I follow your blog.

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TXsunlover said...

What a great idea! I wish I'd thought of it! I would use these for everything but especially cereal bags and chips/pretzels. Every time the grandkids leave I find open bags in my pantry. These would eliminate that problem.
Thanks for the chance to win!
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TXsunlover said...

I'm a subscriber!
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Jackie said...

Wow! These are neat. I'd use them to seal opened potato chip bags.

Jackie said...

I am a subscriber

herblady said...

I would use them to seal all of my husband's bags of chips so they wouldn't get stale and have to be tossed. I would also use them on the bags of frozen veggies. Thank you very much!

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nanja said...

I would use them for sealing bags of rice, raisins,creamcheese hus to name a few
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nanja said...

I'm a subscriber
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nanja said...

I'm a follower
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nanja said...

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nanja said...

Blogged this giveaway
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Melissa said...

I'd use them primarily for opened bags of veggies and chicken nuggets in the freezer. I would also use for cereal bags because my husband can't open them without ripping the bag all up and it goes stale quickly.
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Melissa said...

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Dina said...

I'd use them on all those open cereal and snack bags, veggies, freezer items...

Dina said...

I am a follower.

Dina said...

Subscriber.

Beverley said...

Frozen vegetables and fruits.

leah said...

I'd use these to keep my cereals and bags of cat food fresh!

Dree said...

I would use them to seal my salad. It always goes bad.

jessiejaws said...

Now this is a great idea! I can use it on bags of frozen fruits and veggies. Husbands chip bags too!

jessiejaws said...

I am also a follower.

Talea said...

Thank you for such a simple yet clever product and the abilities for usage are endless. Something that I believe will sell best by our word of mouth.

yellowlabs said...

I would use this to seal leftover chip bags!

Missy said...

I'd use them on my brown sugar bags to keep it from going hard.
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AllieOop said...

I'd use these seals for dry food such as chips, crackers, and nuts--also for crafts including beads. Thanks for the giveaway.

micaela6955 said...

I would use them for cereal bags and snack food bags, such as tortilla chips and regular chips/Cheetos etc... to keep them fresh.

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Smooshy said...

i've got lots of veggies i could seal up with these!

smoran69 said...

another day another entry, thanks

smoran69 said...

I subscribe.

smoran69 said...

I subscribe.

Carolyn said...

Oh, man, I could use these on so many things, open cereal, veggies, cheese, frozen french fries, candy.

thanks for sharing

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Carolyn said...

I am a subscriber.

thanks again

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3boyzmom said...

These are cool!! I'd use them for cheese and lunchmeat, to keep them fresher. They would also be good

3boyzmom said...

I just subscribed via email!!

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I added your button to my blog

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Hi! I'm now following you! I was unable to follow you through the link, but I went to my dashboard and added you that way.

bison61 said...

cereal, chips and frozen vegie bags

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Rue said...

These would be great for the frozen veggetables that I never use the full bag of.
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mogrill said...

Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies!!

Ginny said...

I think these would be great for cereals & the snacks my girls take to school like teddy grams, etc

Ginny said...

follower

Ginny said...

subscriber

Discount Bento Mama said...

I would use these for everything. Dried goods like pasta, frozen vegetable bags, etc. The possibilities are endless.

Discount Bento Mama said...

I am a subscriber.

made said...

I have just started making homemade sushi at home, and this would be perfect for keeping my nori (seaweed) fresh!! I can't wait to try these!! Thanks for the info, as I had never heard of them before this contest!

Amy said...

I would use these on frozen veggies, cereal bags, packages of crackers and cookies, and more.
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Amy said...

I'm a subscriber

Amy said...

I'm following your blog

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spitfyr323 said...

I'd use Quick Seals on my veggies so they wouldn't get freezer burn!

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spitfyr323 said...

I'm a subscriber!

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Lori said...

We love veggies, and to save money I always use frozen so this would be great to save those we don't use in the bag for later!

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Lori said...

I subscribe!

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smoran69 said...

another day another entry.
Thanks

smoran69 said...

I subscribe.
thank you

NateAndJakesMom said...

I would use this on everything!! Chip bags, boxed snacks, bagged lettuce, baking soda... These are such a great product!

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NateAndJakesMom said...

I am a follower.

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dbacksfan001 said...

I would use them on a lot of things, but probably most on the bags of fresh vegetables from our garden in the summer.

NateAndJakesMom said...

I blogged about your contest, click HERE!

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RE said...

This would be great for the baby's snacks, as they always seem to go stale before she finishes them. ChaCha!

RE said...

I follow this blog!

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I'm a subscriber!

Niki said...

I would use the QuickSeals on potato chip bags.

donna444444 said...

I would use them to seal potato chip/snack bags. This is a great idea!
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donna444444 said...

I am a subscriber.
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donna444444 said...

I am a follower.
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donna444444 said...

I put your button on my blog.
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wwe11 said...

I would put cereal in them. Thanks for the chance to win.
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smoran69 said...

another day another entry.
thanks

smoran69 said...

I subscribe. thanks

Ashley said...

I would use it on our dry goods to help keep them fresh!

Tracey said...

Neat product. I would use them for chips, cereal, salad, and those awful frozen food bags that never open right. Thanks for the contest!

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Tracey said...

I'm a subscriber. Thanks!

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Tracey said...

I'm a follower too. Thanks.

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cpullum said...

I would use on all our snack bags to keep food from getting spoiled!
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Toystory said...

I am subscriber

Toystory said...

Well, right now I have some "zip seal" bags that I cannot close for the life of me.... NEW bags that once opened will not close...and then there are the cheese and other items now coming in the zip type bags that I cannot seal to close either (maybe it's me) Anyway I could use these daily in my house.

Celeste said...

I would use them for so many things!! Cereal, bags of ground coffee, crackers, baking goods...

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Allison said...

cereal, pasta bags, chips would work great
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kohndr said...

Cereal bags, bread bags, bags of frozen chicken....I could go on and on

ladyspy79 said...

I live by myself, and as a frugal single, I often buy packages that carry many servings. This would be a great way to keep my food fresh longer.

Thanks for the giveaway!

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vicki lorenz said...

Wow this would save so much food!

mommync3 said...

This is a great prize. I would use them to story cereal and chips. Maybe even some dog food. Thanks
for the chance to win.

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mommync3 said...

I am an email subscriber. Thanks.

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Anonymous said...

I'd use them on bulk bags of frozen veggies.

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BQM said...

I would use them for chips. Try to keep them longer.

blacarly said...

Since I can see several opened boxes of cereal in my cupboard with open tops I guess I can use these bags pretty badly. I need to keep the cereal fresh or the kids won't eat it and I don't want to waste it for sure.

Scrap said...

i would use them with chips and cereals :)

Anonymous said...

These look awesome! I'd use it on my ceral or my veggies.

rosannepm said...

I'd use them on all the leftovers I have and food I'm preparing for all the company this week
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rosannepm said...

I'm a subscriber

Jen R said...

These would be wonderful to seal opened vegetable bags in the freezer. Thanks for the chance to win.

Tammi said...

I blogged about your giveaway in my blog - here:
http://controllingchaosincanada.blogspot.com/2008/12/end-of-year-giveaways.html

:)

ezmerelda said...

What a great idea. I'd use them on frozen veg and fry packages and potato chip bags.

Betty C said...

I would use these for bags of chips and cereal. They can get stale so quickly when they are left open.

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Bakersdozen said...

Sometimes I purchase in bulk and although the packages are supposed to be resealable, sometimes they don't reseal as they should. I would use them for my bulky packages of spices. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I would use these for frozen fruit.

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Samantha P said...

i'd use them on potato chip bags, that would be great!

Samantha P said...

also a subscriber!

Samantha P said...

also a follower!

deirdreokeeffe11 said...

we have cereal bags and no boxes and I would totally use these on them

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I am a subscriber

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blueviolet said...

That is brilliant. I love it so much. I would use that on all the salty snack bags like pretzels and crackers.
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lilyk said...

I would use QuickSeals to store leftovers.

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I subscribed to your blog.

Pat said...

These would be great for all the frozen veggie bags I seem to have!

purango said...

I would use them on my candy and cereal bags. garrettsambo@aol.com

Audrey said...

I'd use these with all of our open cereal bags and crackers.

Brooke said...

I'd use this for all of our freezer veggies!

Brooke said...

I subscribe.

gng1014 said...

I could use them for my sons snacks:)

katybug said...

I would use them with crackers. We always have an open bag that gets stale so quickly. Thanks!

Tammy said...

We buy these huge boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios at Sam's that don't fit in our cupboard, this would be great to use so that the bags can go on the shelf and stay fresh. the clips always pop off!

huggr1960 said...

I would use them to take to work in the ED. I work some double shifts and we always need the food there.

Candie said...

We would use them for all of the half eaten bags of chips I seem to find laying around the house.

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Swtlilchick said...

I would use them for freezing
meat and vegetables and also
for the childs puzzle pieces,legos
and anything small.Also to pack
sandwiches for lunches.These look
like very nice bags.Thanks for the giveaway

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Swtlilchick said...

I am a subscriber

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bndraldy said...

I would use them on chips and other bagged snacks, ceral, dry cat food, bags of cookies, veggies and salad makings, frozen veggies, and bags of rice and pasta. It looks like I need to make a big order. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!

Theresa C said...

I would buy family packs of meat and seperate them and freeze

redjenn said...

There are so many great uses for these! One of the things I think I'd use them on the most is on bags of packaged salads.

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Janette said...

Really great product for all the bags of veggies that get opened and then go bad.

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Heather said...

I'd use it on our cat food. Thanks!

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