Cheap cellophan source
rh at mblab.gla.ac.uk
Thu Oct 26 14:35:07 EST 2000
In article <200010261017.MAA16255 at intwww.zit.med.uni-tuebingen.de>,
Wolfgang.Schechinger at med.uni-tuebingen.de ("Wolfgang Schechinger") wrote:
> The cheapest wrap from the supermarket does it, when you want to
> cover gels on whatman paper for drying. For drying gels that should
> be kept transparent, we wrapped them in a special kind of cellophane
> that is offered for marmelade preservation: it is rectangular (approx
> 30x30 cm) and has the brand name "deti". We obtained it from local
> houshold stores. There is a website www.deti.de , but I don't know if
> this is the manufacturer.
I user Saran wrap which is perfect for the job.
One thing to not is the cheaper celophanes are not as sticky and these are
the ones you want. That way when you rip it tou dont end up with the wrap
all stuck together. Saran wrap is not self sticky until it is really
Bob; Sunny Scotland.
> > Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 09:54:39 +0200
> > From: Susanne Rohrer <"srohrer(removethis)"@immv.unizh.ch>
> > Reply-to: rogerrabbit at rzusuntk.unizh.ch
> > Subject: Re: Cheap cellophan source
> > Organization: University of Zurich
> > To: methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
> > Rafael Maldonado wrote:
> > > Does anybody know a cheap source of cellophane for drying gels?
> > > Biotech companies stocks are overpriced. Any clues wellcome.
> > >
> > > Alternatively, who does sell cellophane in Europe, besides
> > > expensive BioRad and Pharmacia?
> > We have a roll of household cellophane, presumably thought for
> > making preserves. In Switzerland you can buy cellophane rounds for
> > airtight closure of jam/marmelade jars. They should be cheap.
> > unfortunately they are round.
> > Maybe you should check out a household supplies store.
> > susanne
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