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Oven liners ? where can you buy these from ?

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Wondering where you can get oven liners from assume these are for cleaning purposes ? Read More
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3m, 5d agoPosted 3 months, 5 days ago
Wondering where you can get oven liners from assume these are for cleaning purposes ?
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3m, 5d agoPosted 3 months, 5 days ago
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#1
I purchased from Amazon, they are good for gas ovens, I wouldn't recommend for anything else.

Fan, they blow everywhere, convention, and they get too hot.
#2
Robj1
I purchased from Amazon, they are good for gas ovens, I wouldn't recommend for anything else.
Fan, they blow everywhere, convention, and they get too hot.
aldi i use on my electric fan oven, they are fab.
#3
we buy ours from aldi, also in an electric oven and they have been great
#4
aldi and poundland
#5
Are they a regular stock item in Aldi or do they appear from time to time in the 'wire baskets' promotions section?
#6
I also got mine from Aldi for an electric oven, saves a lot of hassle cleaning!
#7
What's wrong with just putting an old baking tray at the bottom of the oven. Works fine and just stick it in the dishwasher every few months after a quick scrape
#8
Home bargains
#9
Home Bargains do oven liners and fat controllers.
#10
chocci
What's wrong with just putting an old baking tray at the bottom of the oven. Works fine and just stick it in the dishwasher every few months after a quick scrape
An oven liner from Home Bargains is far better.
#11
The oven liner shop.
#12
June50
Home Bargains do oven liners and fat controllers.


Who will tell Thomas where to go if Home Bargains have got him?
#13
termite
chocci
What's wrong with just putting an old baking tray at the bottom of the oven. Works fine and just stick it in the dishwasher every few months after a quick scrape
An oven liner from Home Bargains is far better.
Why? My idea is free and takes a few seconds :)
#14
chocci
termite
chocci
What's wrong with just putting an old baking tray at the bottom of the oven. Works fine and just stick it in the dishwasher every few months after a quick scrape
An oven liner from Home Bargains is far better.
Why? My idea is free and takes a few seconds :)
distribution of heat.

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