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[Amazon Canada] Reusable BBQ Grill Mat set of 2 - $4.35

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[Amazon Canada] Reusable BBQ Grill Mat set of 2 - $4.35

I just stumbled on to this deal. I've never tried it but for less than $5 it's worth a try
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sahilz wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 12:41 am
i will be hesitant to put a non metal directly on high heat ... in between my food. No thanks.
To be fair, non-metals like ceramic/porcelain do better on heat than metals, and often coat the cast iron grates on your bbq.

These are pretty handy at keeping the grill mess free, but I'm curious whether they had some sort of long term health tests.
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betercallsaul wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 1:01 am
To be fair, non-metals like ceramic/porcelain do better on heat than metals, and often coat the cast iron grates on your bbq.

These are pretty handy at keeping the grill mess free, but I'm curious whether they had some sort of long term health tests.
I have the same concern.
I would rather clean my BBQ than use these solutions for now.
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Nothing wrong with a little asbestos cook mat friends.
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sahilz wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 12:41 am
i will be hesitant to put a non metal directly on high heat ... in between my food. No thanks.
Poor ratings on Amazon. I wonder as per their description if it truly is FDA approved. I would stay away.
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I purchased some tan colored ones from ebay and white ones a few years ago from Dollarama and they have worked well in my dehydrator. They are made of the same material as the toaster bags that they sell. It says it is a PTFE (teflon) coated fiberglass for the ones I have purchased. I have not tried them on the BBQ.
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I have the ones from grillaholics on amazon, they work well, I only use them for skewers.
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I am hesitant about using "unknown' materials on my grill and exposing my food to it.
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doubleA wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 12:32 pm
Has anyone tried Cookina brand? I’ve seen these quite a bit at Costco and the like.

https://cookina.co/products/cookina-barbecue/
Cookina brand has been around for a while now. I used to use one regularly for the oven (got it from HD when they were doing their annual seasonal clearance) and it works very well. I would be still using it if it wasn't for an accident with a knife which punched a hole causing it to leak.

The only issue I have with these mats in general are they aren't oil proof - ie some oil will 'filter' through the mat resulting in the need for a bit of clean up on the other side.

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