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Silicone Baking Mat - Non-stick baking sheet liner fits half-size pan - Professional grade high quality easy-clean cookware with FDA approval - the healthy cooking solution - 11 5/8 x 16 1/2 inches - BrightSpring Bakeware offer a no-quibble guarantee for complete peace of mind

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NO MORE MESSY PAPER OR SPRAYS - THE NON-STICK BAKING SOLUTION

Forget stuck on food and uneven baking, the BrightSpring silicone baking mat gives you the results you want without the hassle.

- Safe for temperatures from -40F to 480F (-40C to 248C).
- Safe for use in the freezer, microwave and toaster ovens as well as conventional ovens.
- Ideal for baking, candy-making, kneading dough, as a work surface or for cooking any other food products. Not suitable for chopping or cutting.
- No need for oils or sprays, make your bake super-healthy
- Measures 11 5/8 x 16 inches, fits a half-size baking sheet.

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how about a simple sheet of aluminum foil. after it's gets too soiled, throw it out.

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Does this have teflon coatings like non stick pans? I just worry about the PFOAs. Anyone with insight?

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peepsiemom said:   how about a simple sheet of aluminum foil. after it's gets too soiled, throw it out.

Foil will reflect heat, so items placed on top won't brown well. These silicone matts have fiberglass threads inside that retain heat

fwiw, here's the same thing for $9 Prime eligible

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One can think of these more like reusable parchment paper rather than foil. Useful and worth the price if you bake a lot.

Amazone?

DubSlick said:   peepsiemom said:   how about a simple sheet of aluminum foil. after it's gets too soiled, throw it out.

Foil will reflect heat, so items placed on top won't brown well. These silicone matts have fiberglass threads inside that retain heat


Yes, however, unlike silicone pans which typically start to break down at 480-520 degrees aluminum foil can be used universally for all baking temps.. While the silicone itself is harmless many of the dyes and fiberglass commonly used within no-name silicone bakeware made in China can be harmful if consumed.

LongDongSilver said:   Amazone?I have issues . Fixed now.

MrWizzard said:   fwiw, here's the same thing for $9 Prime eligible

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good one too. It says half size so it might be smaller. Don't have time to look it up right now.

lovelybones said:   MrWizzard said:   fwiw, here's the same thing for $9 Prime eligible

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good one too. It says half size so it might be smaller. Don't have time to look it up right now.
dimensions are exactly the same 11-5/8" x 16-1/2" vs 11 5/8 x 16 inches

Aldis had for approx. $7 not long ago. Think there was thread.

Yuyak said:   lovelybones said:   MrWizzard said:   fwiw, here's the same thing for $9 Prime eligible

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good one too. It says half size so it might be smaller. Don't have time to look it up right now.
dimensions are exactly the same 11-5/8" x 16-1/2" vs 11 5/8 x 16 inches


Either the pan size or the matt size is wrong. You probably would end up returning it.

mshopper2 said:   Yuyak said:   lovelybones said:   MrWizzard said:   fwiw, here's the same thing for $9 Prime eligible

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good one too. It says half size so it might be smaller. Don't have time to look it up right now.
dimensions are exactly the same 11-5/8" x 16-1/2" vs 11 5/8 x 16 inches


Either the pan size or the matt size is wrong. You probably would end up returning it.
Why do you say that? The dimension of a "half" sheet pan is typically 18 x 13. A 16 1/2 x11 5/8 mat would fit that perfectly.

Because he is ignorant, and does not realize he is.

cnIsfg said:   DubSlick said:   peepsiemom said:   how about a simple sheet of aluminum foil. after it's gets too soiled, throw it out.

Foil will reflect heat, so items placed on top won't brown well. These silicone matts have fiberglass threads inside that retain heat


Yes, however, unlike silicone pans which typically start to break down at 480-520 degrees aluminum foil can be used universally for all baking temps.. While the silicone itself is harmless many of the dyes and fiberglass commonly used within no-name silicone bakeware made in China can be harmful if consumed.


what are you baking at 480-520 degrees? Don't most people who bake typically bake using these sheets use an average temp of 350-425? Maybe 450 max?

us said:   cnIsfg said:   DubSlick said:   peepsiemom said:   how about a simple sheet of aluminum foil. after it's gets too soiled, throw it out.

Foil will reflect heat, so items placed on top won't brown well. These silicone matts have fiberglass threads inside that retain heat


Yes, however, unlike silicone pans which typically start to break down at 480-520 degrees aluminum foil can be used universally for all baking temps.. While the silicone itself is harmless many of the dyes and fiberglass commonly used within no-name silicone bakeware made in China can be harmful if consumed.


what are you baking at 480-520 degrees? Don't most people who bake typically bake using these sheets use an average temp of 350-425? Maybe 450 max?
I like my cookies in charcoal form.

I don't see any difference with the other brands carried at Amazon.com:
Cuisaid SilPro for $8.99 ship free with $25+

Just be aware that this is made in China so may not be up to the same rigorous quality standards as say Silpat which is made in France.



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