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Healthy Alternative to Plastic Wraps

Made of 100% Food Grade Silicone

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You can wash them with soapy water or in dishwasher and re-use again


BPA Free silicone lids are healthy alternative to plastic wraps which could be hazardous to your health


Easy to clean. Easy to store. Easy to use.

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What they say about us

Love these covers! The silicone has a distinct feel, but definitely they are sturdy. The various sizes are suited to numerous containers of foods, from small jars, drinks, leftovers, etc. Love that they are microwavable and dishwasher proof. And…..they nest together so they don’t take up much room in a drawer. They advertise this as a great alternative to aluminum foil or plastic wrap — I agree!


Love these lids! They work great, they’re easy on, easy off & easy care. I wouldn’t be surprised if plastic wrap goes out of business! My only problem with these is I want more! LOL!


I’ve bought reusable silicone in the past but these are by far the best. Good cling and fits many sizes.

Good for the price.


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