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Charles Viancin Hibiscus Storage Lids

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No more struggling with plastic wrap or foil. This handy flower-shaped lid creates an airtight seal and works with any smooth-rimmed bowl or pot. Heat-resistant, food-safe silicone lid allows for quick cooking, steaming and reheating in either the oven or the microwave and can also be used as a splatter guard. Simply place the lid over the bowl, pot or container to seal. To release the seal, simply slide the lid in any direction.

  • Manufacturer: Charles Viancin
  • Material: Silicone
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Use: Do not use near open flame
  • Dimensions: 11"; 9" and 4". Note: The 4" lids are sold as a set of two. The other two sizes are sold individually
  • Made in China
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  • Oven safe to 428°F
  • Food-grade silicone is BPA free
 

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Practical. Also good for party tricks.
It's sort of hard to see how cool these things are until you see one in use. Just dropping them on a bowl really forms an airtight seal. You can even lift the bowl by the stem of the flower (don't go overboard though, as the vacuum seal created won't hold up a ton of weight).

So much easier than plastic wrap. I also like that I'm not throwing a bunch of plastic away each time I use it
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February 25, 2014
 

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