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I received Charles Vancin Silicon Lids for free in order to do this review. All opinions are my own. In other words, YOU may not feel the way I do about this product but I be a few of you will.
Charles Vancin Silicone Lid Review
As you might tell from the title and the pictures in and on this post I was sent some lids. I'll be honest when the lids showed up I was seriously trying to figure out what in the world I was thinking when I said yes to this review. I tossed them on the table and added them to the review planner and moved along with my day. Then I needed to hold a pre-Thanksgiving dinner and wanted something pretty on my table and the light bulb went off and I realized why I said yes to the review,you guys love pretty. I ran and grabbed the Charles Vancin Silicone Lids and put them on my bowls. I was impressed! My table looked pretty and my food was covered it's a win win for me.
So now let me tell you about the lids because your going to want a few off these in your kitchen.
I was sent a 9″ Gourd, an 11″ Sunflower, and 11″ Pumpkin and 2 6″ Pumpkins. My table was all falled out and I was loving it.
What I love about these lids:
- BPA Free
- Seals Tightly on ALL (yep totally tried all that I had) smooth rimmed bowls. When I say seal I mean seals, as in you really can pick the bowl up by the lid and it's there, stuck, nothing falling out. I may or may not have made a huge mess trying this out. Just make sure the rim is smooth on the bowl.
- They are microwave safe. No more dirty microwaves, gotta love that!
- Safe at high temperatures. Which means you can quickly grab it and throw it over the splattering bacon and the lid won't melt. (Yes I love bacon, don't judge me)
There's not much that I don't like about the lids, other than I wish I didn't say yes to the fall ones. That being said, make sure you get more than just the fall ones. Trust me when I say you will use the every day.
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