Designed for function but inspired by the beauty of nature, the Zeal Reflecting Nature Petal Boil Over Guard is perfect for Kitchen and table decor. The unique design prevents messes while boiling and cooking – when hot water boils up onto this unique silicone ring, it cools and runs back down preventing your pans from boiling over. This 12 inch cover fits pans 6 inches – 10 inches in diameter. The 100% European grade pure silicone is heat resistant to 482F (250C), will not stain or hold odors, and is dishwasher safe. There are no fillers or by-products, which means that it’s safer for your family to use. Kitchen Innovations has put all of their knowledge and experience into spreading the joy of cooking with the Zeal brand – developing innovative products that bring efficiency, ease and fun into your kitchen. Accent your kitchen with Zeal! Save the bees: For every sale of any item from the Zeal Reflecting Nature collection, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Honeybee Conservancy. Bees play a vital role as pollinators, which is why their sudden die-off in recent years is such a critical environmental issue. It is our goal to help raise awareness about the planet’s rapidly declining bee population.Prevents mess while boiling and cooking; When hot water boils up, it cools and runs back down the silicone ring
12 inches in diameter; Fits on 6 to 10 inch or 15 to 25 centimeter pans
100% European grade pure silicone is heat resistant to 482F (250C) and built to last a lifetime; Zeal silicone is BPA free, has no fillers or unknown by-products and will not hold aromas, stain or lose its color; Protects non-stick pans from scratches and is dishwasher safe
Unique and beautiful design is inspired by the beauty of flower petals; Every item in the Reflecting Nature Collection replicates a flower or plant to bring new life and color to your home; Perfect for kitchen décor!
Save The Bees Partnership; For every sale of this item a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Honeybee Conversancy to help raise awareness about the planet’s rapidly declining bee population