The Swag is made of three different layers (International Patents Pending). Each layer plays a significant role in keeping your produce fresher for much longer. The outer layer of The Swag protects your fruit & veggies and stops the water in the middle layer from drying up. However, it’s the two other layers that make the difference. The thicker middle layer absorbs and holds the water, drawing the moisture away from the fresh produce in your Swag. Too much moisture up against your fruit & veggies will make them rot quicker! The Inner layer provides a dryer barrier allowing your fruit & veggies to draw on the air & water they need. This keeps everything fresher for longer!
The Large Swag is perfect to store a large variety of fruit, veggies and leafy greens of any size. You can have a combination of fruits, veggies and leafy greens all in one Swag! The Large Swag keeps your fruit, veggies and leafy greens fresher for much longer – naturally!
The Swag stores your fruits & veggies so they stay fresher for much longer. It's:
- naturally & non-toxic
Large Swag - 42cm wide x 52cm high (opened up and including flap height) 42cm x 38cm not including the flap
NB: It is a great idea to purchase two swags so that you have always have a clean one in the cupboard for when your Swag needs a wash. (approx 10-14 days), Wash before first use.
How often should I wash my Swags?
Firstly, you need to wash your Swags before you start using them and wash as needed or a least once every two weeks. When washing, turn The Swag simply turn them inside-out and wash in cold-warm water up to 30 degrees centigrade. For best results, whilst still wet, pour some white vinegar (no frills) over your Swags and run on a rinse cycle. This removes soap residue and is a natural sanitiser. Whilst inside-out dry in full sun. The sun is a natural bleach and a sanitizer. As your Swags are 100% natural some shrinkage may occur once washed. They will shrink signficantly if a hot wash is used or if they're put in the dryer. We increased the size of The Swag in order to compensate for some shrinkage.