Heat Sealable Tea Bags (Large) - These tea bags are easily sealed with an iron - simply fill your bag 1/3 full (remember, the herbs will expand significantly in water) and use a hot iron to seal the open side.
Dimensions: 5 1/4" x 3 7/8"
So I've been trying to get these tea bags to work for me and I cannot figure what in doing wrong. My latest mixture was. Lavender, calendula, rose petals, oatmeal, green tea leaves, camomile, baking soda, citric acid and salsa with relaxing fragrance.I've followed directions step by step and have never had any problems sealing the bags and I've tried different amounts and every time they kinda explode right where I've sealed it.HELP lol what am I doing wrong????
I just love these bags and make many of the Goat's Milk Tea Bath for my friends and family. Everything smells so yummy while mixing all the ingredients together.
I had been using my hot iron to seal the bags but one day I found a very small flat iron on sale for $7 and this is just the best way to seal these!
I love the idea...if only I could seal them shut!!??
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Hollie! I'm sorry you're having problems sealing these bag shuts. We love our Sealable Tea Bags and find they are easily sealed using a hot iron on the open side. To see this in action check out our Tub Time: Goatsmilk Bath Tea tutorial.
Easy to use for my bath teas.
These heat-sealable tea bags are great for bath teas or for holding your botanicals when you are infusing them in oils. They are easy to use, and I haven't had any issues with them opening up after I've sealed them.
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