Charles Viancin Lily Pad Storage Lids
- Manufacturer: Charles Viancin
- Material: Silicone
- Care: Dishwasher safe
- Use: Do not use near open flame
- Dimensions: 6" diameter or 9" diameter
- Made in China
- Oven safe to 428°F
- Food-grade silicone is BPA free
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I use them on top of bowls in the fridge and to cover glass containers that I cant find the lid to anymore. They work out great when transporting a food or beverage item in the car to a friends house with out a spill in the car. Saran will still have its uses in my house but these lids reduce the amount of waste from using too much plastic wrap.
This is a stocking stuffer for everyone in my family this year
10 months ago
It seals anything with a smooth edge really well; just press down in the middle lightly. Although you may be able to lift the whole container, you are NOT suppose to use the handle to carry things around.
If you're using it as a splatter guard, you may want to have it off to one side to allow moisture to escape but be careful that your flame isn't so high that it extends beyond the edge of the pot or pan you're using -- this item is not flame-proof.
Questions & Answers
I have read all these wonderful reports on this product BUT not one of them answered my question. Does this product seal on a bowl or pot of cold food or liquid? Or do the contents have to be hot or warm in order to create a seal?