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Release Aluminum Foil


Darienne
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I just learned yesterday of this wonderful non-stick, quick release aluminum foil. Found two kinds today in the local Kroger's (that's it). Kroger's brand cost about $2.50 and the Reynold's was well over $6.00. I bought neither.

Thought I'd ask first. :rolleyes: Is the Kroger's just useless? Is the Reynolds over-priced?

Darienne

 

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Two questions:

1. Were the two boxes for the same square feet of foil?

2. If they were for the same number of square feet, was there any difference in the weight of the two boxes?

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Hello slkinsey: they were the same square footage but I didn't pick them up. I'll try that tomorrow.

Hello Chris: what do you usually pay for it? Ballpark figure... Was it just overpriced at Kroger's?

Thanks. :smile:

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I pay around $3 for the Reynolds quick release foil at Target...I haven't seen a store brand before and I've only seen one size. It's the best stuff ever! I'd try the Kroger's and if it works out well, then you're set!

Margy

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