COOK Microwave Stretch Film, having higher wall thickness compared to standard stretch film, is a safe and practical solution to re-heat and preparing foods in portions for meal service. Its perforated structure facilitates evacuating of excess water vapor and prevents contamination of oven through leaping of watery foods and drinks. In long term heating processes, it is not recommended that stretch film be in direct contact with foods. Especially family members who have to eat at different times of day, will not give up the great convenience provided by COOK Microwave Stretch Film!

• COOK Stretch Film box should be opened properly as per instructions for practical and long-term use.
• Handles located on both sides of the box are previously marked for easy opening.
• By pressing with your both fingers on handles, ensure proper tearing in a way to enter into the roll.
• Carefully open the package by pulling the serrated region on the edge of the box.
• Hold from the excess porting without removing the film roll outside the box.
• Pull out the film as much as you will use while gently gripping the box with one hand.
• Turn the box gently and tear the film properly using a special knife on the edge.

• In order for steam to rise and to compensate dish water, it is necessary to leave some space between the film and the meal.
• COOK Microwave Stretch Film is not suitable for use in a traditional oven.
• It cannot be use in grilling in united ovens and hot air cooking locations.

Stretch films, refrigerator and oven bags used to be manufactured originally from polyvinyl chloride-or by its common name, PVC… at the beginning of 2000s, with the concern that some agents used as plasticizers my penetrate into fatty foods and pose health risks, PVC was replaced by low-density polyethylene (LDPE) materials and polymerized plastic.

Stickiness feature of LPDE lacking dangerous chemicals is lower compared to equivalents manufactured from PVC, it is suitable for health usage in kitchen. COOK Biodegradable Stretch Film manufactured from LPDE and does not contain phthalates that are added to increase flexibility and known to be harmful to health. Compared to PVC, it ​​is produced using less energy and is environmentally friendly because it is 100% recyclable. To increase viscosity and elasticity in stretch film, research and development activities are continuing to find additional materials that do not pose threat on human and environmental health.

All manufacturers around the world are liable to prove that used materials are not toxic in accordance with ISO 10993. COOK Oven Bag and COOK Biodegradable Stretch Film today do not include especially Bisphenol A (BPA as abbreviated) play an active role in the production of materials such as plastic, nylon, polyester, and PVC.