Black 10.6x10.6" 0.08mm Food Grade Teflon Coated Gas Stovetop
If you are tired of the spots and oil on your gas stovetop, this teflon stovetop cover
will be your great help. You just need put it on your gas burner
areas to protect the surface of gas range from oil and dirty. This
teflon coated fiberglass sheets keep your gas range area spotless!
This teflon sheet is durable and reusable.It protects the stovetop
from all the mess, oil, splatters and spills. What's more, it can
be cleaned with soapy water. And you can even throw it in your
dishwasher. Very easy to clean it.
This teflon coated stovetop liners are made of high strength,
durable and fire resistant fiberglass fabric with food grade black
teflon/PTFE coating. This teflon coating is totally food grade, no
toxic and odourless during heating. Obviously, this food grade
teflon coated sheet can contact the food directly. So don't worry
about the safety problems of the sheets as stovetop protectors.
Based on its no tocix properties, food grade teflon coated
fiberglass fabric can be used to produce BBQ grill mat too.
Its basic materials - fiberglass fabric can resist a temperature
below 550℃. But the teflon/PTFE coating can be used between -70℃ to
260℃, max can be 380℃. But during common cooking, the temperature is usually below 200℃. So it is totally
safe to use this teflon coated gas range protectors when cooking.
Thickness of black sheet is 0.08mm. Outside size of this stovetop
liner is standard 27x27cm. Middle hole size 4cm is adjustable by
Specification Of JT8140TB-8-2727:
|Item||Gas Stovetop Protector|
|Materials||Fiberglass fabric+ food grade teflon coating|
|Size||27x27cm / 10.6x10.6"|
|Weight||50g one set(4pcs)|
Teflon Coating: -70℃--260℃
Base Cloth: Below 550℃
- Dishwasher-safe, or you can wash it by soapy water
- Non-stick teflon surface
- Water/oil resistant
- Chemical resistant
- Material: teflon coated fiberglass fabric
- Won’t warp or wrinkle during cooking
- 4cm pre-cuts hole allows you to adjust the inner size by cutting.
- Working temperatures up to 260℃. (Avoid Direct Contact With Fire
For Long Time.)