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