I've been using Glad Press'n Seal for years, but when I couldn't find
it, I bought Glad Clingwrap out of desperation. If I could grade both
products I'd give the ClingWrap a C- and the Press'n Seal an A+.
Both of them can be used for hot or cold foods, and they are micro-
wave-safe and BPA-free, but that's where the similarities end.
The ClingWrap doesn't do much clinging when wrapping food unless
you use a lot of it. And when microwaving food the directions say to
allow at least one inch of space between ClingWrap and food.
The Press'n Seal does what the name says. You can press and seal
whatever you want with ease. And you only need just enough product
to slightly expand over the edges of your container, so you'll use less.
Press'n Seal won't seal on a cold container, and it's more expensive
than ClingWrap, but it's worth the price.