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Toastbags | By Boska Holland

How annoying is melted cheese all over your toaster? Dutch company Boska invented a clever solution, the ToastBags! The bags make it easy to make a sandwich in your toaster, and clean! there are no remains of melted cheese or crumbs left behind. In a very simple procedure, make your sandwich, put it in the ToastBag and place it in the toaster, in about three minutes you have a delicious sandwich. Crispy with melted cheese or other ingredients of your choice. It gives you endless possibilities. Each package includes 3 toastbags giving you up to 50 uses per toastbag. Watch the video



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MATADOR POCKET BLANKET

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PIRATE DUVET COVER

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PORTAGE BAY HOUSE

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