Mylar blanketsContributors to this thread:
dirtclod Az. 27-Jul-19
great white 28-Jul-19
I started carrying one of these a few years back for an emergency blanket as well as a clean surface to lay meat when cutting up an animal in the field. They are delicate but work great and are almost weightless. Can’t beat 10 for 4.36.
How hard is it to manage the Mylar when it’s sticking to the meat? I used tyvek once and wasn’t very impressed.
I haven’t had an issue with sticking. I’m not sure if it would be an issue if you left it for a loooong time...
Said will ship between Aug 16 and sept 9. It's not as a good of deal if it doesn't arrive before season.
From: dirtclod Az.
Amazon has good deals on Mylar blankets.
The thing to watch for is on some of those Mylars part of the film will come off on the meat. I had this problem one time and just started carrying a 4'x4' thin mil of plastic. Believe it or not, Tyvek is heavy for it`s size.
From: great white
Try one from wally world
Been carrying them for years. It’s lighter than a deck of cards but folded into the same size. They work great for keeping meat clean. Great to have if you ever had an emergency too.