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Kitchen Collection Crock Pot Liners 10 Bags 14"x18"x4"
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Purchase Date: November 23, 2011
Review Date: December 11, 2011
Because my regular brand liners suffered a small price jump, I started shopping for a cheaper alternative. At (currently) $1.60 per 10, with $5.00 shipping, these liners were worth a shot as a replacement. I purchased one box to test, even though that technically makes them more expensive. My thinking was that if they're good, I can buy five boxes (to match the 50-count I normally get) and they'd be far cheaper. So it would be: $1.60 x 5 (10-count) + $5.00 s&h (tested by adding to cart) = $13 or $0.26 per liner.
As far as the initial impression, they seemed pretty great. They're a generous 18" x 14" in size, which will fit up to an 8 quart crock pot. They're sturdy enough, as liners go, and I didn't have to be gentle to keep from ripping them. Unfortunately, my first use was still a disaster.
What the description doesn't tell you, and the pictures fail to show, are the directions on the back of the box that tell you to cook on low heat, and that you must put about a cup of water into the crock pot before putting in the bag. I neglected to notice the instructions about the temp (though I did do the water) and the bag melted into the food during the cooking process. Because I only cook on medium to high heat due to my schedule and not wanting to leave a cooking device on unattended all day, these bags just aren't right for me. Also, I don't like the added hassle of adding water to the crock pot. Further, these bags can be used ONLY in a crock pot, due to the low temperature requirements. To be clear, the 3-star review is not due to my own failure to follow instructions, but due to the very limited usability of these particular liners.Read more ›
The back of the packaging does mention this issue, but what good is a warning like this, which pretty much makes the product worthless, if it's not posted in the amazon description of the product so you pretty much end up finding about it AFTER spending money on this junk? If I order a crockpot liner I expect it to be compliant with the way all crockpots operate. LOW, AND HIGH.
By trying to skimp on the Crockpot liners I ended up wasting 6 dollars on this garbage. You get what you pay for. I'm going back to Reynolds. Avoid these like the plague.
I had to throw out the beans since the plastic had melted into the beans and now my crock is ruined ...since the melted plastic is still sticking to the metal part of the inside of the crock.
I wish I had read the reviews better before I bought. Horribly disappointed and I am throwing the remainder of product away since I can not afford any more damage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These crock-pot liners are fantastic and make cleanup a snap. No deep scale cleaning of the ceramic pot when using these. Read morePublished 6 days ago by D. Dunn
These make clean up a snap! I have purchased these so many times. They make my life so much easier!Published 1 month ago by NMTR
These are terrible! They melt to the side of the crock pot even on low setting. They also do not fit the oval style crock pots. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jen
These don't work at all. They melt in the crock pot. I've used other brands that are wonderful and a great idea.Published 2 months ago by MeLori