No more struggling with plastic wrap or foil. These handy flower-shaped lids create an airtight seal and work with any smooth-rimmed bowl or pot. Heat-resistant, food-safe silicone lids allow for quick cooking, steaming and reheating in either the oven or...Read More
No more struggling with plastic wrap or foil. These handy flower-shaped lids create an airtight seal and work with any smooth-rimmed bowl or pot. Heat-resistant, food-safe silicone lids allow for quick cooking, steaming and reheating in either the oven or microwave and can also be used as a splatter guard. An improvement on Charles Viancin’s already innovative lids, these models feature a rigid plastic frame that lets you stack items on top of them—great for refrigerator storage. Available in three convenient sizes.
Manufacturer: Charles Viancin
Material: Silicone, plastic
Care: Dishwasher safe
Use: Large (orange) fits 10" diameter bowls; Medium (lemon) fits 8½" diameter bowls; Small lime) fits 7" diameter bowls
I use this on my stainless bowls, It is space saving being able to stack them. It is 2 pc, a "white wheel " and the "orange silicone lid". It can be used separately. When used together it says not to put in Oven, but the orange lid alone works great. It has so many uses. I use it as a lid for a fry pan & stock pot. But my favorite is just as lid for bowl that's on my table or counter to keep snacks fresh and clean.
These have become the hit of the kitchen and are used daily. I was looking to purchase more frameless lids when I saw these on sale (in my store anyway) and decided to try them. In the event I don't like the frame, I can just remove it! Fabulous kitchen gift and not as much of a gadget as you might think once you realize how versatile they can be.
I liked the way they looked, watched the video, thought they would be handy to have not to mention cool looking, I'll probably be the only one of my friends & family that have them, lol. I've bought from you, before, love your items!
I use these silicone covers for chilling, heating in the microwave, baking in the oven. I think having a frame will allow me to stack the lids and dishes without everything tipping over. these lids are also good to protect stacked pans from scratches.