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Heat Shrink Sleeves - Matte Burgundy
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These PVC heat shrink capsules help to make your home made wine look classy and professional. The look is the closest we have seen to commercially used tin capsules, which must be spun on with a $2,000 machine. Conversely, these PVC capsules can be easily used at home. Features horizontal tear tab.

To use, slide on to top of wine bottle and dip into hot water for a quick and even shrink. Or for faster processing with a more reliable finish try one of our Heat Shrink tools. 2 1/4" Height x 1 1/4" Diameter.

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I like this color
BORIS S on Jul 23, 2018
looks cool
carl w on Mar 16, 2018
I like this color
BORIS S on Jul 23, 2018
good deal
Valued C on Jun 7, 2018
looks cool
carl w on Mar 16, 2018
The color
Heather S on Feb 15, 2018
They work great, look good and fast to apply
Ronald M on Jan 22, 2018
good deal
Valued C on Jun 7, 2018
The color
Heather S on Feb 15, 2018
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Give your bottles a professional look!
These capsules are a great way to give your bottles a "complete" and professional look. You didn't just spend months on end to let your bottles sit around looking shabby...spruce them up and legitimize yourself as a home winemaker by showing some pride!

I recommend ensuring they are seated down all the way before heat shrinking them...once done applying heat, press down on the top to ensure they are "seated".
July 24, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
Decent for the money
Hard to get them absolutely smooth. Heating from the top seemed to work best, then move the heat gun down around the sides to smooth out.
April 2, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Great addition
Simple step to add class to your homemade wine. Good to tell different vintages apart in your cabinet at a glance.
May 6, 2013