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Hayhay
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Hair caps

Postby Hayhay » Sun Feb 07, 2010 1:58 pm

Anyone know where I could buy hair caps - like you wear in a cheesemaking course? Looking online atm but I don't even know what they are technically called! Surgeon caps?!

Found what they're called - disposable caps - but can only find packs of 1000!!!! I only need a few!!!

alicelt
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Re: Hair caps

Postby alicelt » Sun Feb 07, 2010 6:19 pm

why don't you just buy some of those old-style plastic shower caps - they still have them in the supermarkets, they used to come in a pack of 3 or four.

Hayhay
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Re: Hair caps

Postby Hayhay » Mon Feb 08, 2010 8:00 am

OK thanks that might be a good idea.
I'm asking around if anyone I know uses them in food prep and could sell me just 10! So if that doesn't work out in the meantime I'll check out how much cheap showercaps cost.

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Re: Hair caps

Postby minnie » Mon Feb 08, 2010 9:34 am

Hi Hayley,

Try a chemist as well, I'm sure I've bought cheap clear plastic ones at the chemist some years back.
:)
Vicki

childoftheearth
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Re: Hair caps

Postby childoftheearth » Mon Feb 08, 2010 10:00 am

You might try Cheeselinks, I believe they use them at their classes.

Elaine

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Re: Hair caps

Postby childoftheearth » Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:18 am

Hi again,

I just found this old post-


"Wholesalers

Postby Shadowgirlau » Sun Jun 22, 2008 9:30 am
I have been doing a search for wholesalers of groceries in my state and of course things are comming up for other states, so I have decided to list what ever I find here for others.

Should I come across any that I have personally been to see I shall make a note beside them otherwise please note that these are just what they pertain to be - a helpful (hopefully) list of what is out there and where. If nothing eles my collating them here will assist someone time wise. :lol: If you come across any great bulk or wholesale places yourselves while out and about, please add them to the list.

The web address is for cfs - they are food wholesalers,importers and distrubuters.
Based in Victoria their address is 45 Raglan Street Preston 3072 PH: (03) 9480 2336
http://www.completefoodservices.com.au/ ... s_list.htm"

This wholesalers has the hats in its product list, they call them "hair nets"

Cheers

Hayhay
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Re: Hair caps

Postby Hayhay » Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:29 pm

Should be able to get some from someone I know; otherwise will go showercaps - thanks!


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