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April 7th, 2010 · No Comments ·

1. Fill a container with enough water to submerge your product. 2. Make sure there is liquid or oil in the bag. Add your product and seal the bag except for one corner.  Put your finger in the open corner and start submerging your bag like it shows in the picture.  Submerging as shown will minimize the amount of trapped air.

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