Several years ago, I bought some of these kitchen stovetop protectors.
They are made from some type of thin fiberglass-like material with a
silver coating. They are thin and work very well, despite some of the
reviews on the company's website. Food that is stuck or burned on,
comes off easily. It's almost like a Teflon coating, but I know Teflon
wouldn't be good at high temperatures. But, for me, the problem is
size. They are too small for my stovetop. I have to use overlapping
pieces to cover the larger size burner areas. I am looking for this
type of material in larger or bulk size so I can cut them to fit
properly. I have tried plain aluminum foil, but it never worked as
good, even though it is disposable. Pre-made thicker aluminum
protectors, also don't cover the areas. Does anyone know of a material
similar that can be used for this purpose?
the same page had this
on it for lining the oven bottom. it's larger, so you can probably cut
On 2/1/2012 4:22 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
After lots and lots of searching, I did find the company that supplies
the fabric to Harriet Carter and other sellers. And they will sell the
fabric in sort of a bulk roll, (13" wide x 70" long). But, only one
problem, only in black color. I had really wanted the silver although
black probably isn't so bad. Apparently this company distributes it to
others. I don't think they actually manufacture it. Anyway, I am going
to give it a try.
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