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A red silicone baking mat in thickness of 0.4mm is a type of silicone impregnated fiberglass sheets that can be placed on a baking sheet to replace parchment paper or aluminum foil. This silicone mat can improve your cookies by creating a more even baking surface and preventing sticking and burning. Due to quality reinforcement and coating, the mat can be used over and over again, saving money anad reducing waste.
The difference between SCIFLUO’s mat and competitor’s mat
The silicone coating material we use is food-grade platinum silicone, which meets FDA standards and can be safely contacted with food.
Our silicone baking mats are odorless whether baked at room temperature or at high temperatures.
The edges of our silicone baking mats are flat and smooth, with no lint from the base material exposed.
Our 0.4mm silicone baking mats have a high and even coating, resulting in even baking over the entire surface of the mat.
The red color of the silicone baking mat does not affect its performance or quality, but it may have some aesthetic benefits. For example, some people may prefer a red silicone baking mat because:
It matches their kitchen decor or bakeware.
It makes it easier to see the cookies or other baked goods on the mat.
It adds a festive touch to their baking, especially during holidays like Christmas or Valentine's Day.
How to clean a red silicone baking mat?
There are several methods to clean a silicone baking mat, depending on how dirty or greasy it is. Here are some of the most common and effective ways:
Wash the mat with hot water and dish soap. Use a sponge or cloth to scrub both sides of the mat gently. Rinse well and dry with a towel or air-dry. This is the simplest and most recommended way to clean a silicone baking mat after each use.
Soak the mat in hot water with lemon juice or vinegar. This can help remove any odors or stains from the mat. Leave it for 10 to 20 minutes, then scrub with a sponge or brush. Rinse well and dry.
Sprinkle baking soda on the mat and rub it with a damp sponge or cloth. This can help remove any stubborn residue or grease from the mat. Rinse well and dry.
Bake the mat in the oven at 350°F for 10 minutes, then soak it in hot water with vinegar. This can help loosen any hardened grease or oil from the mat. Scrub with a sponge or brush, rinse well and dry.
To prevent your silicone baking mat from getting too dirty or sticky, you should always wash it after each use and store it flat or rolled up in a cool and dry place. You should also avoid using sharp objects, abrasive cleaners, or dishwashers on your silicone baking mat, as they can damage the surface and reduce its nonstick quality.
Can be reused over and over again, saving money and reducing waste.
Multifunctional such as lining baking trays, freezing food, roasting vegetables, and rolling out dough.
Keep your workstation neat by avoiding spills and messes on the counter
Withstand high temperatures up to 480°F and low temperatures in the freezer and microwave.
Common Sizes of Silicone Baking Mat
Thickness: 0.40mm (0.25mm is also available)
Size: 42 x 33cm, 50х63.5cm, 30 x 40cm, 40 x 60cm