Onyx 18/8 Stainless Steel # ICE001 18 Slot Ice Cube Tray
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- Stainless steel ice cube trays have arrived made from 18/8 stainless steel
- This two part system goes back to the trays of 1950's
- Easy release handle
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This item Onyx 18/8 Stainless Steel # ICE001 18 Slot Ice Cube Tray
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 11.25 x 2 in||1.75 x 11.25 x 4.75 in||—||—||—||1.7 x 11.1 x 4.4 in|
|Material Type||18/8 Steel||Aluminum||—||—||—||aluminum|
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Stainless steel ice cube trays have arrived. Made from 18/8 stainless steel, this two part system goes back to the trays of 1950's.
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My hope is that the Onyx Company reads these reviews and address the mechanical issues. When these types of ice trays where popular in the 1950s, I am SURE that they lasted for more than 30 days before breaking down. Can Onyx not immolate the original designs?
We started using the new stainless trays and I noticed that the lime was adhering to the bottom of the trays. NICE! I knew then that some apple cider vinegar would dissolve this lime with no effort at all. Letting the vinegar soak for several minutes will loosen the lime from the stainless just like around the faucet. At least with these stainless trays I am reducing the amount of lime my body is ingesting to begin with. Yea :)
With the stainless trays we have to let them melt a bit to release the cubes. That small inconvenience is well worth it because of collection of lime it takes out of the water put into the trays. I would recommend these stainless steel ice cube trays to anyone.
Before buying, I was apprehensive about some reviews that claimed the user had bent the ice tray components when trying to remove the ice. I'd say this is probably due to the fact that the set doesn't come with any instructions. So in the past month I've got a good routine down that I will be happy to share with you. This is how I have kept the tray in perfect condition and hope to keep it that way for a while.
1. Insert cube divider into the tray with the release lever in the "down" position.
2. Fill the tray with water to about a centimeter below the top of the tray. If you'd prefer smaller cubes you can fill the tray only halfway.
3. Freeze the cubes completely over the next few hours
4. MOST IMPORTANT STEP: Remove the tray from the freezer and allow to sit on the counter for 10-15 min. If you have made large cubes you will need 15 minutes, and if you have smaller cubes you'll need closer to 10.
5. Once you can see that the cubes have melted just enough to have separated from the metal, gently lift the release lever upwards. If you have waited long enough, you should NOT have to pry the ice in any way -- this gentle motion will separate the ice from the tray and divider.
6. You can now remove the divider entirely and use the cubes or put them in a container for storage.
So far, I am very happy with this tray. It has allowed me to remove plastic from my daily routine and still enjoy plenty of ice.