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âãEco-Friendly Materialã The UV sterilized tea bags are made of wood pulp paper, sealed by heat press, no glue, odorless, biodegradable amp; compostable.
âãExcellent Permeabilityã No tea leaf particulates floating out through the bag while allowing the tea to steep perfectly.
âãSturdy to Cookã The tea bags wouldnât fall apart, when be used to brew coffee or tea in microwave oven or in pressure cooker.
âãMess-Freeã No need to clean up, and make brewing much easier, better than a metal infuser.
âãMultiple Usagesã The tea bags are often used for bath soaks, soup spices, foot-bath, desiccant storage, camphor ball storage and so on. Can also be used to fill carbon to keep the water in the tank clean.
ECO-FIL Tea Filter Bags, Eco-Friendly amp; Biodegradable, Your Reassuring Choice.
High Quality amp; Features: Steep perfectly; No tea leaf particulates floating out; High durability for cooking; No odor; Mess-free; Easy to use.
Multiple Usage The tea filter bag can be used in a wide variety of applications: perfectly suitable for tea, coffee, herbs and often used for sachet amp; spice bag for cooking, hot pot soup package, foot-bath package, desiccant storage bag, camphor ball storage, bamboo charcoal bag and so on.
Dimension The dimensions are 3.2" x 4.0".
Worry-free to Purchase We provide friendly, easy-to-reach support. We will refund your payment if you are unsatisfied with the products.
Package including: 100 pcs Tea Bags.
Warm Tips: Tea filter bags need to be stored in a cool and dry place.
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