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Does anyone know if these are flour sticky? I wonder if i can use these as flour mixing sheet, which requires them to be not sticky.
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Got these last time. Work perfectly and we don't use much if any parchment paper now.
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These work good when working with live resin. I would assume any resin product will come off easy from this mat.
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Aldi US arrived in US market not so long history , it is finny they just want to stick to WalMart location
Why would anyone want to shop at Aldi. I have shopped there 3 times and disappointed with the garbage products they sell. Almost everything is sub-par no name products. Their fresh produce was very nice but except for one or two come buy me items, they are the same price as the supermarket. I guess Aldi is for those who need to save a buck at the expense of quality and taste.
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I know aldi has been in other countries for a long time, but here in the states they didn't start rapid growth till very recently. The central Fl area just started getting them only like 5 years ago.
There's been an Aldi in my home town in Indiana as long as I can remember... Probably 40-50 years.
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Are these dishwasher safe?
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Guessing using baking sheets are much more convenient as comments seem to say they are a hassle to clean.
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Why is this not a better deal? :S

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XX5L...2_t_img_lh
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I use mine for baking chicken, comes out pretty awesome.
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Guessing using baking sheets are much more convenient as comments seem to say they are a hassle to clean.
If you just use them for baking cookies then usually just give them a wipe with a moist rag or paper towel.
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If you just use them for baking cookies then usually just give them a wipe with a moist rag or paper towel.
The "ridiculousness" about cleaning these is dumbfounding, lol!

Never really gave much of a second thought about just wiping these off with a dry or wet cloth/paper towel, or whatever else I felt it needed.

From the original Silpat Mfr instructions on Amazon:

"...They're also easy to clean--simply wipe them off using hot water and dish soap. Store them by either rolling them up or keeping them flat..."

https://www.amazon.com/Silpat-Premium-Non-Stick-Silicone-Baking/dp/B00008T960/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?keywords=silpat&qid=1557010779&s=gateway&sr=8-3
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There's been an Aldi in my home town in Indiana as long as I can remember... Probably 40-50 years.
50? No. 40? Maybe. The first Aldi was in Iowa 43 years ago.

They're in the middle of a 5 year buildout of 800 new stores. They'll soon be #3 in the US.
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Not sure if anyone has mentioned it yet but these are also good for doing glue ups for woodworking. Glue comes right off just like the rockler project mat but for a fraction of a cost. These are also good for keeping the wood from moving around when sanding. I bought 8.
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if you're asking if you can bake chicken nuggets or pizza bites on this, then yes you can
Caution. You can not cook pizza flavored chicken nuggets.
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I'm thinking that unless one does a ton of baking or requires the grids for some reason parchment paper is the way to go. I love the precut sheets that fit a standard cookie sheet, and last for several batches or cookies. Use, toss, put away the pan... job done! I'm also a DIY'er and use parchment for lots of gluing projects etc.
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