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someone asked about size of the hole
By christina the messy cook
from upstate New York
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Foil Square Gas Burner Liners - Set of 10:
someone wanted to know about the diameter of the hole. they are all 3 and 3/4 inches in width. but they do look thin enough, why i checked flimsy in the con section, that if you needed wider you might be able to use a utlity knife or scissors to make them larger. hope that helps.
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They do the job
By Greeenie in Queens
from Queens, NY
About Me Budget Shopper
These are much thinner than the burner liners I've had before. They will probably work fine but I don't know if they'll stand up to being wiped off more than once or twice before needing to be tossed.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Southwest PA
These do exactly what they are described to do - keep my gas stove cleaner. Also these cost less than the ones I find in my local stores.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I would buy again
from Grafton, Ohio
These could be slightly larger to cover the burner better, other wise good to use.
Very impressed, will buy again.
from Yorkville, IL.
Use on stove top under burners, are easily washed and can reuse.
easy clean for stove
from jasper ga
hard to find in stores very useful and a real time saver
very neat product, I don't have to clean the stove as much as before.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Clean Up is a Snap!
By Frugal Friend
from Pittsburgh, PA
I love these gas stove burner liners. Because gas cooking tends to bake on food spills and stains, the liners that I purchased with the stove were taking a beating...the tefalon was peeling off and I found that I had to remove them and scrub them daily! The lightweight aluminum liners are easy to just wipe clean and can be thrown into recycling when they get worn out. The heavy duty liners cost me almost $7 a piece where I can buy a package of 10 liners for under $5 and they last twice as long! Also, the heavy liners were difficult to remove grease and once caught on fire!!!!!!