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Poligrip Super Original Oral Care 2 4oz 3ct
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James: This pan has worked well for me. Holds shape very well even under broiler. No warping at all. It does seem to hold on to food stains pretty strongly though. Got a couple I haven't been able to get off.When I ordered this, I received the Chicago Metallic II Commercial Jelly Roll Pan, which is more like 16 1/2 by 11 1/2 or so. I kept the pan anyway because the shipper did not have any of the 18x13 available. I don't know why so many manufacturers skimp on what should be a standard size. It is very annoying though.So -1 star for the staining and the size, the latter of which may or may not be an issue.edit: I've reduced my rating for this item to 3 stars. The pan now flexes. I suspect it won't be long until it just straight up warps.
Karen: I've only given this 4 stars, only because I haven't used it for everything it's designed for. I have used it mostly for baking chicken pieces and roasting vegetables. I'm amazed at the difference between other brands. At one point I had 2 pans of chicken pieces in the oven - one Chicago Metallic, and the other a cheaper brand. Not only was the Chicago Metallic easier to clean, but the chicken browned and cooked more evenly and was moist. HUGE difference!
Lisa Rivera "Lisa Reviews": This is the first non stick baking sheet I have owned. What a find ! The baking is even and quick. I used parchment paper and had no problems with clean up. The weight and color of the pan is wonderful and comes with a 25 year warranty on workmanship. I bake everyday and anticipate no problems.As to the glue issue, there was a little on the pan but pulled up with little effort. (I suppose the cold weather helped with this.)Happy Baking !
MH in Ca "MH in CA": The pans are good quality and heavy but not as stiff as I had thought.Glue is annoying but I got it off in a few steps:1) Take the label off. Some paper and glue will remain stuck.2) Wash with hot soapy water using soft sponge to get paper off and use finger to push/peel off as much of glue as possible.3) Dry thoroughly with paper towel.4) (Optional) Use nail polish remover and cotton balls to remove most of the glue.5) Use a good quality packing tape (e.g. Clear 3M Scotch tape) and stick the tape over the glue area and pull off to remove the glue. Do this under good light so you can see the dullness of the adhesive layer on the surface. Repeat as many times as necessary until the surface is uniform (no more trace of glue). Give it a final soapy wash.If step 5 is not satisfactory, do step 4 then 5. (Repeat as needed).My pan surfaces are pristine and I can't tell where the glue used to be.
S. Breeze: This pan bakes evenly and doesn't scorch the bottoms of cookies, like most dark or nonstick baking sheets do. I find if I use enough oil, it also does a great job of roasting veg without them sticking to the pan; they caramelize nicely in some places but they don't burn.My only complaint would be that the pan does buckle sometimes, at temps of 400 or above. It tends to not do it, though, if I put the pan in the oven when I turn the oven on (not for cookies, of course).