Spin’n Stor Bags®

Allow me to explain myself. I haven’t lost my mind. Nor is this an attempt to pay homage to our Neanderthal ancestors. All I wanted was to dry my salad in a simple manner. Who knew you could get a workout in as well? This invention is either pure genius or absolutely unnecessary. Well, at least my salad’s dry.

Prior to my Spin’n Stor experience, I’d wash my salad greens by rubbing them under a running faucet and give them a little shake to get them dry. This method proved to be effective for me. But apparently, Argee Corporation wanted to kick things up a notch.

As the name suggests, these bags are used to spin and store salad greens. So initially, I expected to receive a salad spinner in the mail. Instead, I found two clear plastic bags in a small packaging envelope. This had me a bit skeptical at first. But, to my surprise, the Spin’n Stor bags operated as advertised. It just took some extra effort (and exercise) to get there.

After rinsing my salad greens under a running faucet, I placed them in the Spin’n Stor bag and spun it “vigorously” as directed. Had I not, the water wouldn’t have separated from the salad. So the method was effective. I was just afraid that I’d knock things over or hit my face in the process. And I did feel a little ridiculous spinning a bag of salad like a buffoon in the early hours of the morning. But, needless to say, the product worked– and quite efficiently. I’m just not convinced that this product is an absolute necessity. I guess it depends on your preference.

If you’re more the traditional type, I advise you stay with the classic rinse-and-shake method. If you’re a wee bit more progressive, try the salad spinner. But if you want to spin your salad in the air like you just don’t care, the Spin’n Stor is the perfect match for you. Just keep in mind that you’ll need a clear space– and people who’ll accept you, regardless of your salad spinning ways.

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