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The problem with silicone molds is when frozen, silicone is no longer pliable--it becomes rock hard and the whole "pliability" is moot. Read morePublished 11 months ago by nycgirl
i am disabled and only have the use of 1 hand. I initially had difficulty releasing the frozen cubes but discovered if I ran water over the covered area of cubes I could release... Read morePublished 11 months ago by nygiant fan
The bottom is a flexible plastic, which makes it SO easy to remove the cubes. And the top cover is nice too, especially since I use these to make frozen processed vegetable cubes... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Squamp Mom
I use these ice cube trays to make lemon ice cubes from the many lemons on my tree. Then I use them throughout the year when my tree isn't producing. Read morePublished 16 months ago by G. Brune
I had been searching for an ice cube tray for quite some time and I'm glad I found this one!
The base is mostly hard plastic but with flexible silicon where you push out the... Read more
I have used this for 3 refills now and am very happy with how this works. It fills easily and with the lid and the extra space there is easy no spill transport from the sink to the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Barbara Clausen
I was hoping it would be a tighter fit a I am trying to use it on a sailboat to make ice cubes. I am not sure it will work for this application.Published 22 months ago by An Amazon Customer