On guard fruit tree grease band

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On guard fruit tree grease bandana

$3.00

These bands have an adhesive backing, and work by pressing the sticky side to the apple, pear, orange or grapefruit skin of the fruit tree, making it very easy to apply the bandana to the tree. When the fruit ripens, the sticky strip can then be peeled off and the fruit is in your hand.

How to apply

Place a small strip of double-sided adhesive onto the sticky side of the bandana, usually towards the ends of the band. Peel the fruit off and cut it to fit, if it is not the size of the bandana. Press firmly on to the bandana, covering the entire band. When the fruit is ready, peel the band from the fruit. The bandana is reusable, so wash it before using it again.

This is a great product. It works in a manner similar to cinching a horse before riding it out of the barn. You have a control over the way the bandana works, but the bandana holds. It doesn't fall off the fruit tree like a conventional, paper or cotton bandana. These work quite well for me and I like the idea of being able to control the fruit's ripening. I would buy this product again.

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Current rating: 3.33

Great product!!

August 27th, 2015

I was a bit skeptical when I first ordered these. I knew they were safe to use with apples and pears (I haven't tried the grapefruit yet), but was concerned that they would work with oranges (as I have heard they can explode). The bands do a great job at holding the fruit, and since I can control how much of the fruit I ripen, it doesn't have to get too large. They also ripen fairly quickly, but aren't overly large. It is a little tricky to get the bandana on the fruit, so I'd recommend working in a small area with lots of room to maneuver.

Works like a charm!

July 14th, 2015

Love these bandanas. The pear bandanas worked perfectly on my pears, even after I started to make them ripen by hand. I also used the grapefruit bandana on some peaches that I left on a window sill over the course of a couple days. No ripening and none of the peaches exploded.

The fruit bands will hold fruit like a regular bandana, but they are a different design and work a little different. I have not tried them on grapes yet, but I will update this review when I do.

I would recommend this product, especially if you are looking for a hands free way to ripen fruit.

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Best bandana for making sure no fruits explode!

July 15th, 2014

I can’t go to the store to buy them because they’re a bit expensive but I would recommend these to everyone. No matter the size of fruit they’ll work fine and can hold it until it’s time to eat them. You’ll never have to worry about those nasty surprises that can pop up when you’re using a regular bandana or they’ll ripen perfectly.

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A good product

January 3rd, 2014

Nice, simple product. We got a bunch of pears that had fallen and were looking like they were going to turn bad. These actually made our harvest worthwhile, because they hold them off for a while longer. We had a pear that exploded, but we were able to pull it off and go to the store to get more.

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Excellent Fruit Bandana!

November 20th, 2013

I absolutely love this product. The fruit I put in it ripened much sooner than if I was using a regular old hand-bandana. The product came very quickly, so it was simple to ripen the fruit. Now we’re not getting fruit that has a sour taste because it was ripe. No more having to throw out rotten fruit. This product is well worth the price and I’m glad I came across it.

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Great way to store fruits!

September 12th, 2013

When the fruit comes in from the store or farmers’ market I just open the bag with my hand, wrap my hand around it, and then tie it up in this bandana. All the juices and stuff just roll right off of the hand without getting it all over my clothes. I just toss the fruit in this, stick it on a chair, and when I’m ready to eat it I wash my hands. This product is just so much better than using the paper plate or cloth bag, which also works great, but you get more dirty. Also, the fruit always seems to taste fresher because you’re not touching it.

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Very useful in summer

September 12th, 2013

I use this bandana for tomatoes that have been on the vine for a while. They are already so ripe they don't need to hang on the vine for a bit longer. Using this bandana they stay off the vine for a longer period of time before I pick them. They're already so juicy and flavorful that I don't need to hang them for hours on the vine to get them ripe. I like to go out and pick fruits and vegetables while it's still light, but when it gets dark, I'll bring this bandana and put it on the basket when I'm ready to go home. I also put it in the refrigerator for vegetables or fruits that are not quite ripe, but will hang around in the fridge for a while. This helps maintain a fresher flavor.

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Great idea!

September 10th, 2013

Wife and I love to get a bunch of organic cherries or pears from farmers' market in season. This bandana has worked great for us, and is a great idea! I think we might have to buy more, though!

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Useful

September 6th, 2013

Great for the farmer's market


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