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Amazon has their AmazonBasics Standard Grilling / Baking Mat Set - Pack of 2 on saleShipping is free for Prime members. Select no-rush shipping to receive $1 Amazon digital credit.
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I have been grilling for decades and never once thought, "You know what I want to do? I want to cook my food on my searing hot grill with a fiberglass mat coated in teflon."
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Says fiberglass core with ptfe coating. Seems cutting would expose the fiberglass. Something I would avoid
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About $0.50 off normal price

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Lowest *__$4.00__Nov 05, 2019
Average+_$4.22__-
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Is it ok to cut these down to a smaller size?
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But where does the grease go?
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Is it ok to cut these down to a smaller size?
Says fiberglass core with ptfe coating. Seems cutting would expose the fiberglass. Something I would avoid
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These are amazing for grilling small protein like shrimp and scallops. $4 with $1 no-rush is hard to say no to...
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But where does the grease go?
Bottom of the grill? Like how they supposed to with or without the mat?
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But where does the grease go?
It drips into the flames.
This basically allows you to have a pan surface on your grill.
Since putting a cast iron pan would take more space and potentially not allow you to close the lid.
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About $0.50 off normal price

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Is it ok to cut these down to a smaller size?
Nope. Don't cut them or use them as cutting boards. I'd probably add don't use in temps over 500'F too. When they start to crack, chuck them and buy new. These are borderline disposable kitchen items.
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About $0.50 off normal price

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Your basing "normal price" on pricing from the last 10 days? Hmm.
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How is this better than using foil?
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You mean I can save 60 cents if I buy now!?!
WHAT A DEAL!@
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How is this better than using foil?
This doesn't rip like foil and it's reusable.
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I have been grilling for decades and never once thought, "You know what I want to do? I want to cook my food on my searing hot grill with a fiberglass mat coated in teflon."
Just say no!
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