Silicone Cup Lids 2 blue and 2 green

Item# : 358024
Say goodbye to the cling film problem!
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12 cm / 4.7" diameter
  • Problem & Solution

    Keeping your food fresh and your beverages covered shouldn't have to mean using clingfilm, aluminum foil or Styrofoam® containers, which are a struggle to use and often wind up in the landfill after only one use.

    Our Silicone Lids are perfect for keeping food and drinks hot and cold as well as keeping food fresher longer, without having to resort to environmentally unfriendly wraps or containers. And they are reusable, which is great for your budget.

  • How To Use
    • Use to keep food fresh and beverages insulated in any stainless steel, glass, plastic or ceramic container with a smooth rim.
    • Dishwasher safe or hand wash.
    • Use Norwex Super Jet Dishwasher Detergent or Norwex Washing up Liquid.
    • Do not wash with abrasive products.
    • Do not carry bowls or containers by the lid handle.
    • Do not use directly over a flame or near oven surfaces.
    • Do not cut with sharp cutting utensils.
    • Do not use to cover pots containing boiling foods or liquids.
    • Highly acidic foods such as tomato-based pasta sauce may stain the lids. Please use caution.
  • Features & Benefits
    • Creates a tight seal on smooth-rimmed surfaces
    • Helps reduce environmental waste from plastic wrap and aluminum foil
    • Made of 100% food-grade silicone
    • Keeps food and beverages fresh longer
    • Safe; won’t leach chemicals into food
    • Reusable, so they save you money
    • Silicone is one of the most inert, food-safe materials available.
    • Safe to use in refrigerators and microwaves, and oven safe to 220° C / 425° F
    • Won’t hold food odors
    • BPA-free
    • Recyclable
  • Did You Know?
    • Silicone does not react with food, liquids and most chemicals and does not offgas hazardous fumes over its life or while in use.
    • According to the Environmental Protection Agency, each year the U.S. consumes over 380 billion plastic bags, sacks and wraps.
    • Every piece of clingfilm ever used since its invention is still in existence, most of it in our landfills.