19 thoughts on “Recycle Plastic Bags Into Plastic Sheets”

  1. Besides all the fuel calculations in comments I think you have to factor in the energy needs of the human to exist whilst creating this plastic sheet. How many donuts would he have to consume ?

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  2. Cripes! The commenters on this video are the utmost whining bunch of kias I have ever seen. Hard to imagine how that poison they spew can make them feel good…Insecure outlash anyone?

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  3. All this process from one piece of paper you must be really poor somebody dontate 1 dollar to him so he can buy 150 sheets of paper at the dollar store

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  4. DO YOU HAVE TIME ? cost 20 bucks or more, OVEN 10 bucks, HOLY ! one expensive piece of tiny plastic , ? for crafts GO GO GO! green, unbelievable.

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  5. long process, lot of energy use, un function, west of time
    its unnecessary recycling process.
    thanks.

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  6. long process, lot of energy use, un function, west of time
    its unnecessary recycling process.
    thanks.

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  7. I have done this, just for the fun of it. Only a couple of bags at a time. Sometimes I leave the writing on for interest. The material is interesting to the touch. Some papers turn out lacey. The sheets can be used as covers for journals. I do not however bake them. Just a quick run over with iron between brown paper bags. Let cool for a minute by waving the paper and peel off.

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