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Let me clarify these answers. The mats are made in China not the USA. I used the contact information Janet Brown left and emailed the company. Unfortunately the mats are made in China. Here is the company's response to me
"I am sorry to disappoint, but the mats are manufactured in China, and packed in the USA. We do h… see more
Let me clarify these answers. The mats are made in China not the USA. I used the contact information Janet Brown left and emailed the company. Unfortunately the mats are made in China. Here is the company's response to me
"I am sorry to disappoint, but the mats are manufactured in China, and packed in the USA. We do have them certified by the FDA and LFGB organizations." So for shoppers like myself who insist that products that touch my food are not made in China we need to keep looking. see less

By Luv My Amazon Prime on November 21, 2014
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The included directions for cleaning and storage state:
- DO NOT cut or use sharp objects on the mat.
- NEVER use a cut or torn mat! If the mat becomes torn or cut, it cannot be used and must be replaced. … see more
The included directions for cleaning and storage state:
- DO NOT cut or use sharp objects on the mat.
- NEVER use a cut or torn mat! If the mat becomes torn or cut, it cannot be used and must be replaced.
- Constructed of FDA approved silicone, reinforced with fiber-glass weave.
- Withstands temperatures from -40°F to 480°F (249°C). see less

By Jasmine J. Laguana on February 26, 2014
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Um, yes they do. These are a fiberglass core with silicone coating.
By John West on August 26, 2014
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16-1/4 (or 16-1/2) x 11 --- 1/2 baking sheet is the size that most individuals use. Commercial bakeries use the LARGE full size baking sheet. The mats will definitely fit the 1/2 size baking sheet. Good Luck
By G on January 1, 2013
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Damage normally occurs from stacking objects on top of a rolled mat, or folding the mat so that it creases. Look for creases, and breaks in the silicone surface that would expose the filiments inside. If there are visible breaks or cracks I would replace it.
By A. Curtis on August 9, 2014
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They work well for this application. No different than cookies or biscuits...
By Phillip A. Williams on November 5, 2013
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China
By cispro on July 8, 2015
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480 - 500 degrees
By Jennifer W. on September 14, 2012
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I don't believe so, as this is not the intended use. I don't believe it would work for that purpose anyway because the silicone gets just as hot as the surface it comes in contact with.
By Cynthia A.M. on December 15, 2013
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Yes I believe they would be ideal.
By Amazon Customer on June 30, 2016