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If You Care Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil -- 30 Sq Ft

If You Care Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil
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If You Care Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil -- 30 Sq Ft

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If You Care Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil Description

  • If You Care Environment Friendly Products®
  • Thicker & Stronger
  • 100% Recycled Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil

If You Care® 100% Recycled Aluminum Foil is made from 100%  recycled aluminum. When other aluminum foil is produced, it requires high energy. When If You Care 100% Recycled Aluminum Foil is made, it uses only 5% of the energy required for regular aluminum foil. This makes If You Care 100% Recycled Aluminum Foil much more environmentally friendly.


Aluminum Saves

Two lbs of aluminum goes a long way, creating more than 300 ft of household aluminum foil. Therefore, when you use aluminum foil, you are using a product that saves large quantities of transport energy, due to the lightness of the material.


Where does it come from?

Aluminum is available in the earth's crust in many parts of the world as the mineral bauxite. The deposits are mostly found in shallow layers of the earth. If You Care Aluminum Foil has the added benefit of being 100% recycled.


Aluminum and food storage

When used for food storage, aluminum has great food protection qualities. It preserves the nutritional value and the quality of food. It protects food against light, oxygen, humidity and bacteria. At the same time, it also preserves taste, aroma, moisture, vitamins and consistency.



• 100% recycled aluminum

• Cardboard packaging: Recycled, processed chlorine-free (PCF)


Environmental Benefits

• 95% energy savings

• Minimum waste

• No added chlorine, no toxins



• Perfect for BBQ, grill and oven

• Performs equal to traditional foil

• Allows consumers to feel good about helping the environment



• Aluminum can be recycled again and again

• Cardboard package should be recycled


Handling Instructions

  1. Pull off tear strip.
  2. Open lid and remove adhesive strip by pulling tab.
  3. Pull out foil.
  4. Push lid down and tear foil upwards.


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5 Ornaments You Can Make From Natural Ingredients

For many, trimming the tree is among the most highly anticipated holiday rituals, ranking somewhere in between singing carols while getting giddy on eggnog and unwrapping gifts that actually made the list. If you’re looking for a way to squeeze even more joy out of your holiday season, consider adding a new tradition to your celebratory line-up: adorning your tree with natural ornaments.

No. We’re not talking about ornaments you can buy in a store. We’re referring to the ones you’ll make yourself in the company of family and friends. You’ll cherish the quality time spent with loved ones while crafting these organic baubles—and the fabulous (and sometimes fragrant) end results!

Ready to make some homemade bling for your balsam fir? Following are five au natural ideas to get you started:

1. Salt dough ornaments

Homemade Cookie Ornaments Hung with Twine |

What you’ll need
4 cups all-purpose flour
1 cup salt
1-1/2 cups warm water
Cookie sheet
String or twine


  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. In bowl, combine flour and salt and gradually stir in water using large spoon. Finish mixing the ingredients by hand and knead the dough until soft and malleable.
  2. Roll dough onto floured surface until approximately 1/8-inch thick. Use cookie cutter or knife to create desired shapes and place onto cookie sheet. Use toothpick to poke small hole at the top of the ornament, which will allow you to attach string or twine.
  3. Bake for about an hour, or until hard. Decorate ornament using paint and glitter, and coat with varnish.

2. Scented pinecones

Homemade Scented Pine Cone Christmas Tree Ornament |

What you’ll need
Essential oil(s) (apple, cinnamon, peppermint, pine and/or nutmeg)
Pine cones
Spray bottle or plastic resealable bag
Cookie sheet
Aluminum foil


  1. Scrub pinecones with water to remove insects and/or sap. Arrange on foil-lined cookie sheet and bake at 200 degrees F for about an hour.
  2. Fill spray bottle with water and add several drops essential oil(s). Spray pinecones until saturated and store in a sealed bag for 24 hours. Remove and air dry.

Additional tip: If you prefer to skip the spray bottle, put pinecones directly in resealable bag, sprinkle a few drops of oil on them, seal the bag and give it a good shake. Leave pinecones in sealed bag for about a week.

3. Spiced orange pomanders

Spiced Orange Pomander Ornament with Cloves |

What you’ll need
Firm oranges
Whole cloves
Veggie peeler or citrus zester
Optional: ground spices


  1.  Use peeler or zester to make a pattern in the orange skin. Then, use toothpick to poke holes in orange. Next, push cloves into holes.
  2.  If desired, roll the pomanders in ground spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg or cardamom, for added fragrance.

4. Cinnamon-stick stars

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What you’ll need
Cinnamon sticks

Pine sprigs
Hot glue gun


  1. Form eight-point star by gluing four cinnamon sticks together, overlapping in the center.
  2.  Cut a design out of burlap (e.g., an initial, snowman or a poinsettia) and glue it to center of the star. Then glue on a few pine sprigs.
  3.  Thread twine through cinnamon sticks, creating a knot at the top for hanging.

5. Dried oranges and lemons

Homemade Dried Orange and Lemon Ornaments |


What you’ll need:
Cookie sheet
Aluminum foil
Ornament hook


  1. Cut fruits into 1/4-inch slices; remove seeds. On foil-lined cookie sheet, arrange slices and bake at approximately 160 degrees F for three to four hours.
  2. Flip fruit every hour until it dried. If citrus slices start to brown or shrivel, remove from oven immediately.
  3. Place ornament hook through top of each slice for hanging.

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