REVIEW – ChicWrap Wrap Dispensers

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Do you have any baking pans or cookie sheets that look like this?

yucky baking sheet

Obviously I do. I bow my head in shame. I have mentioned before that I never really learned much about cooking as a child. I’ve been learning as I go on my own as an adult. I’d never used foil or parchment paper in the oven until a year or two ago. I thought foil was for wrapping. I knew next to nothing about parchment paper. So, I have baking pans such as the one you saw above.

ChicWrap Wrap Dispensers

Foil. Sometimes it tears while on the roll, getting progressively smaller and smaller. And I cut myself on the box. It’s just never been easy to use for me. Until now. Until ChicWrap.

ChicWrap Wrap Dispensers

ChicWrap is a must have for every kitchen. ChicWrap is a decorative dispenser that makes working with plastic wrap, aluminum and parchment paper a breeze. And, it looks so fun and stylish! Each sturdy dispenser is UV coated and can be wiped clean. The dispenser has a blade built into the top, activated by the new patent pending CleanCut SlideCutter. You might not even know it was there if you didn’t look at the dispenser and know what the “slide” was.

Let me show you up close.

At a quick glance, the ChicWrap dispenser looks like any other box of foil. Except nicer looking. Until you take a closer look. The first thing you’ll notice is that the box is fun to look at. Flip the box over and you’ll find four little feet, to help keep it in place while in use.

ChicWrap Wrap Dispensers

To use the ChicWrap dispenser you life the lid and slide a piece of foil out.

ChicWrap Wrap Dispensers

When you have the length you want you close the lid.

ChicWrap Wrap Dispensers

Next, you gently move the “slide” on the top of the box from left to right. This creates an even and straight cut.

ChicWrap Wrap Dispensers

Just give a gentle pull from left to right and your piece of foil is free and ready to use.

I’ve used plastic wrap for years to cover things before refrigerating or transporting but have always had problems doing so. For me plastic wrap doesn’t even make it out of the box before I’m struggling with it. It gets stuck and won’t come out of the box nicely. Then if I really work at it the cutting edge on the box cuts my finger. After lots of frustration and aggravation, I get a tangled piece of plastic that won’t stick to anything including itself.

ChicWrap Wrap Dispensers

I absolutely love the way ChicWrap dispenses plastic wrap.just pull the plastic out until you have the length you need. Use the slide to cut the plastic. Now I must warn you to get ready here. Ready for what? Ready to be amazed at how easily and nicely the plastic cuts. I have never had tightly wrapped dishes until I started using the ChicWrap dispenser.

ChicWrap Wrap Dispensers

ChicWrap.com makes cooking, freezing, transporting, serving and saving leftovers so easy. The colorful dispensers are nice to look at. And, they help keep your foodcovered and protected. And who doesn’t appreciate that!

The ChicWrap Plastic Wrap Dispenser retails for $14.99 and comes in six styles (Cook’s Tools, Citrus, Modern Dots, Sunflower, Triangles and Veggies). Each ChicWrap Plastic Wrap Dispenser comes with one 12″ x 250′ roll of BPA-free Culinary Professional Grade Plastic Wrap, which is made in the USA. Replacement plastic wrap and replacement parts are also available. The ChicWrap Aluminum Foil Dispenser retails for $17.99 and only comes in one style (BBQ). Each ChicWrap Aluminum Foil Dispenser comes with one 30′ roll of professional culinary grade aluminum foil. The ChicWrap Parchment Dispenser reatils for $18.99 and comes in one style (Baker’s Tools). The ChicWrap Parchment Dispenser is designed to hold all 15″ parchment rolls up to 82 sq. ft., and comes with one 41 sq. ft. roll of biodegradable Culinary Parchment Paper.

There’s a great Mother’s Day promo going right now. You can get FREE SHIPPING when you purchase any two of our ChicWrap Dispensers or Refill Roll sets. Enter promo code CHICMOM at checkout to receive your discount.

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8 comments

Jenna Wood May 10, 2015 - 7:12 pm

I don’t care what the box looks like, since we keep ours in a pull out drawer, but I hate wasting foil and wrap because it tears funny. These are perfect!

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Dawn May 10, 2015 - 7:12 pm

That’s so much fun! I’ve got to get these. I have to get this stuff anyway. It might as well be fun!

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Danielle H May 10, 2015 - 11:23 pm

These are so awesome. I too fight with plastic wrap and end up wasting so much. This would help tremendously!

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Tammilee Tips May 11, 2015 - 12:16 am

These boxes are so much fun!! We go thru a ton of foil and plastic wrap. I have wasted quite a bit over the years from bad cutting and tearing.

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patricia Marsden May 11, 2015 - 6:44 am

Good idea for tired boxes that tear and break.

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Sandi March 7, 2020 - 8:38 pm

Will these work with parchment and/or wax papers?

Also, I read that the box is cardboard, and I am wondering how durable it is.

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valmg March 20, 2020 - 12:18 pm

I am still using these, the boxes are like new after all this time. I have one each for plastic, foil and parchment, each is a slightly different size.

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Sandi March 27, 2020 - 10:02 am

I very rarely use plastic and foil, but I use parchment and wax papers daily. All four of these are the same size box. I understand the blades are different for each of the materials, so which would I use for the parchment and wax papers?

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