Silicone 3 Piece Non Stick Baking Mats with Measurements 2 Half Sheet Liners and 1 Quarter Sheet Mat, Professional Quality, Non Toxic and FDA Approved, Red, Yellow and Green. By lowpriceever
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BAKING IN YOUR KITCHEN WILL CHANGE FOREVER
Silchef baking mats are a perfect alternative to fatty oils, messy sprays & costly parchment paper. What's more, they'll help ensure perfect results: evenly baked cookies... crusty golden-brown breads... fluffy pies & pastries... juicy, tender roasts....perfect for pastry rolling ...great for making macarons, Jelly rolls and much more.
The secret's the top-grade 1mm thick silicone/fiberglass mesh, which allows better air circulation for more even heat distribution.
Thousands of people are happily using Silchef's Premium Silicone Mats for baking and cooking every day.
Your complete satisfaction is our priority.
HEALTHY AND BETTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT!
PREMIUM QUALITY AND DESIGN
Silchef's mats are 1mm thick and double woven with coated fibreglass mesh for added strength. Our mats are 30% - 40% thicker than standard mats on the market.
Each Silchef Mat withstands temperatures from minus 40°F to 482°F. So, you can pop it in the oven, wash it in the dishwasher, even slip it into the freezer.
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Update: This is what happened after 3 months. I estimate that I use the small mat every other day usually to reheat pastries and bake frozen foods in a toaster oven. I wash with regular dish soap using a soft sponge. The mat is totally brown and the colored parts are coming off like glue. I can't use the mat anymore as it gives off a plastic burning smell when the oven heats up.
Can I get a refund? For the price, aluminum foil is much cheaper though wasteful. But foil might be less harmful in the landfill than these mats as I don't think they are 100% silicone.
9/9/2015 Update: I was surprisingly contacted by the vendor offering a full replacement. I will try the new ones and, hopefully, will have better results. Vendor assured that these mats are 100% silicone.
9/7/2016 Update: One year later and the big mats are great for cookies & reheating frozen foods in a convection oven. The mats are NOT made for a toaster oven though, as the second small mat I tested suffered the same fate as the first: browning, peeling & cracking of the colored parts. Also, make sure to always place the mats on a solid tray when baking and not one with any perforation as the mat will discolor at the exposed spots. I'd mistakenly used a tray with drainage slits once; now the mat has light imprints of the slits.
I use these baking sheets. After lining the bottom of one with the orange mat for baking tater tots at 450 degrees for 35 minutes, the mat had discolored: it looked like it had burnt. Please see the attached photos. I had read several times that these withstand temperatures up to 482 degrees, so I don't understand why this happened. I figured at some point down the line--after extensive use--this would occur, but I didn't think it would on the very first try. I've also used the same mat and the red mat for the exact same food (tater tots) on the exact same temperature for around the same amount of time (sometimes longer others shorter) to test (and because I love tater tots) and the discoloration hasn't occurred on the red mat nor has it increased the amount of discoloration on the orange mat. I've used the green mat for cooking gardein chicken tenders at 435 degrees for ten minutes and it looks as good as new. I've also used the red mat for baking cookies and it's fine. So...is the orange one just defective?
I figure the washing frustrations will abate with practice. For now these mats get the job done and I appreciate not having to wash my pans after every use. However... I'm concerned because, after baking with the orange mat that ended up discoloring the first time, it left behind little mesh marks on my sheets. Is this melted silicone? It rubs off easily enough. But should I be concerned about this? I can't help but wonder if I made a poor investment.
I'll make sure to report back with any updates.