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    Default Cellulose

    Thanks Cleek. [/sarcasm] And if you think recycling clear thin plastic bags is actually cost effective, actually happening, or allowed in most town recycling programs, I invite you to do some research. (I'm not even going to address your "burn it" argument, holy hell).

    No plastic is better than recycling plastic. Single-use plastic is terrible, especially thin clear plastic used to package foods or...magazines, which is almost never recycled or is impossible to recycle due to the type of multi-layer plastic that is used.

    I'm good with one cover, no bag. I have much more expensive subs that come like this, with less stiff paper, and no problem.
    Last edited by callsign222; 02-25-2020 at 10:04 AM.

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