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Nonstick Oven Liner

Nonstick liner comes in commercial-grade thickness. Can be trimmed to fit different oven sizes, up to 30". Reusable on either side. Shields bottom of oven from splatters and spills. Dishwasher safe. 23" x 16¼". Important: Do not use...Read More

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Nonstick liner comes in commercial-grade thickness. Can be trimmed to fit different oven sizes, up to 30". Reusable on either side. Shields bottom of oven from splatters and spills. Dishwasher safe. 23" x 16¼".

Important: Do not use directly on oven element or open flame, and do not use self-clean mode with Ovenline in the oven. Do not use in conjunction with aluminum foil or bottom of oven with hidden burner. Burnt and baked on foods wipe away easily from this nonstick, PTFE-coated, reversible oven liner. Chef’s Planet does not recommend the oven liner to those who keep pet birds in their house; misuse may cause damage to the health of the bird.

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  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 30"
BENEFITS:
  • Comes in commercial-grade thickness.
  • Can be trimmed to fit different oven sizes, up to 30".
  • Reusable on either side.
  • Shields bottom of oven from splatters and spills.
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Helps get it clean
This non stick oven liner I purchased almost 4 years ago.

It needed to be trimmed and that was not harder then cutting a piece of paper.

I haven't had to cleaner the oven since that purchase.

I still need to remove the liner and clean off the debris. This does not take anymore time than washing your hands.

Just dry it before placing it back in.

Before using one clean your oven first, do not put over a dirty bottom
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May 3, 2011
Makes life easier
I have a convection oven and this works great! Easy to install and maintain. Just a quick swipe and voila! Only occasionally now (twice a year... maybe once lol) do I clean the racks, sides and door. Doesn't get much better than that
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May 14, 2011
Keeps the Oven Floor Clean
No more using Reynolds Wrap Foil on my oven floor. This liner works great. You can't put it on the oven floor, but you can place it on a low level rack in the oven. Installation was easy, I did have to trim the liner to fit perfectly in my oven, but that's ok too. It's perfect. I haven't had to clean it yet, but all indications are that it will clean up very easily. This is a keeper if you use your oven a lot.
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to prevent mess
Laurie L on Mar 12, 2015
need to replace an old one (another brand) not purchased from you
Suzanne D on Dec 8, 2014
I got a new stove and wanted to protect the two ovens. I read the reviews and decided to get them.
Isabel B on Dec 15, 2014
Keeps the bottom of my oven clean and last for YEARS
K I on Dec 5, 2014
For electric ovens why do they recommend you place on rack not bottom? Yet on the package it shows one on the bottom .....

and another pictures shows it on a lower rack. If it's called a Liner I would think it could go on the bottom of the oven?? Thank you
A shopper on Feb 13, 2012
Best Answer: The instructions specifically state to locate the Ovenliner on the lower rack of your oven. The element in your oven is located directly underneath the floor of your oven. This creates the highest levels of heat on the bottom of your oven where temperatures can reach 700-800 degrees. At these temperatures, the Ovenliner is not guaranteed to work properly and may become soft and melt.There are two major reasons for locating the Ovenliner on the lower rack of a gas oven. First, the flames of a gas oven can bring the floor temperature of the oven to an unsafe temperature range that is too hot for the liner and may cause the liner to melt. Second, placing the Ovenliner on the lower rack prevents vents on the oven floor from being covered. Consumers should never cover these vents because it can create unsafe carbon monoxide levels that could be harmful to you. Placing the liner on the lower rack will allow the heat to circulate and keep these vents from being inadvertently blocked. The Ovenliner will still catch all the spills and keep them from getting baked onto the bottom of your oven. You may place your baking pans directly on the Ovenliner, so that you don't lose any oven space.This product is only safe up to 550 degrees. Placing it on the floor/bottom of any oven generates temperatures close to 800 degrees. Also please do not leave your oven liner in during self cleaning of your oven. The temperatures during this process reach upwards of 1000 degrees and the liner will melt and ruin your oven
Reply · Report · CarrieSLTCS on Feb 14, 2012
What is the name of the manufacturer?

According to the use & care instructions for this product what do they recommend for the proper placement for gas ovens, i.e., on the floor of the oven or on the bottom wire rack
A shopper on Feb 10, 2011
Best Answer: This item is manufactured by Chef's Planet. For gas oven use, this item should be placed ""on the bottom wire rack NOT on the floor of the oven."
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Feb 16, 2011
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I have an electric oven, can I place the liner on the bottom of the oven, under the element instead of on the bottom rack? The element won't touch the liner but the "feet" of the element will rest on the liner. When I placed the liner on the bottom rack, some heat was absorbed or blocked so that the oven did not reach the desired temperature.
A shopper on Dec 29, 2014
Best Answer: While I haven't tried it, I would recommend against placing the liner on the floor of the oven. The directions are very specific about not doing that. I was skeptical about putting mine on the lowest rack, but it has worked very well.
Reply · Report · Molly M on Dec 29, 2014
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Why this warning? "Chef’s Planet does not recommend the oven liner to those who keep pet birds in their house"
Tove B on Nov 4, 2014
Best Answer: The nonstick material used in this oven liner is harmful to birds.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Nov 4, 2014
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How do I remove pieces of liner that are stuck to bottom of oven after using the cleaning cycle (now that I know i shouldn't have left it in while cleaning!)?
Karen M on Oct 18, 2014
Best Answer: I'm not sure there is a way. From the Chef's Planet FAQs:
"I set my oven to self-cleaning mode and forgot to take out the Ovenliner. The liner either melted and/or turned white and now I have a white coating on the interior of my oven. Is my oven ruined?
No. Your oven will still work properly and safely. However, the white coating will cause your oven to be cosmetically altered. From our research, this coating is not removable. If you want to remove the coating, we recommend contacting your oven manufacturer to replace the inner shell of the oven. You may also continue to use the self-cleaning mode but ensure you have removed any remaining Ovenliner pieces before cleaning. The Ovenliner will continue to breakdown but will not impact the performance of the oven."
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Oct 20, 2014
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What is the max degree .... ?

We do a lot of broil and I want to make sure I can leave in the liner
A shopper on Jun 13, 2013
Best Answer: This is heat safe to 500 degrees.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Jun 16, 2013
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