Schneider freeze proof marker Maxx 242
Just cooked and eaten well? What to do with the leftovers? Thank goodness for the fridge...but how do I find my frozen leftovers without frustration of defrosting the wrong one? The solution in this case is very simple.
Before freezing food, label freezer bags, glass containers or plastic tins with the contents and date using a Schneider Marker Maxx 242, so that the age of the products is immediately recognisable. Because the shelf life of frozen food knows limits: Some products can be put on hold for up to a year. Other things spoil after only a few weeks.
The Schneider marker Maxx 242 puts an end to the subsequent guesswork about the contents or age of frozen food. Order and overview are maintained. The surprise dinner is now a thing of the past.
The ink of the freeze proof marker is lightfast and frost-resistant up to -25°C. The marking is permanent and abrasion-resistant, but can be removed from smooth plastic containers and glass with a sponge and water. With a line width of 1mm and the black ink, the writing is easy to read on almost all surfaces. The freeze proof marker Maxx 242 is approved for indirect contact with foodstuffs in according to VO (EU) No. 1935/2004 and Swiss Commodities VO that the ink is also harmless to health.
The freeze proof marker is available on a blister card with the reference 72421.