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USA Pan Jelly Roll Bakeable Nonstick Cooling Rack

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Cool cookies, cakes, scones and more straight from the oven on this cooling rack that’s bakeable and fits inside USA Pan jelly roll pans. This commercial-quality cooling rack features a steel cross wire design and raised feet, which elevates cookies, ...Read More

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NEW Cool cookies, cakes, scones and more straight from the oven on this cooling rack that’s bakeable and fits inside USA Pan jelly roll pans. This commercial-quality cooling rack features a steel cross wire design and raised feet, which elevates cookies, breads, cakes, and more into a raised position that serves to promote uniform cooling.

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  • Manufacturer: USA Pan
  • Material: Aluminized steel
  • Dimensions: 13.75" L x 8.63" W X 0.5" H
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in China

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wash only
  • Oven safe up to 450°F

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  • Cooling rack
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