How could I make a double sided mylar sealer like the HotJaw ?

 Sure, they all say, "You can seal thick mylar bags with a clothes iron".  Whatever.  It may work, but it doesn't work well, or fast.  A commercial sealer like the HotJaw by Sorbent is cool, but it is like $140.  How hard could it be to bastardize a couple of clothes irons, swap the plates to make a good mylar sealer?

NachoMahma7 years ago
.  A sealer for polyethylene (polythene) might work. Probably need to adjust the temperature a little.