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Product Description

The Food Guard is a heatproof, stretchable, stackable, washable, reusable, environmentally-friendly, time-and-money-saving food lid that stretches and molds to any food storage container, plate, bowl, dish, or pan. It eliminates the need to replace lost lids, eliminates time wasted trying to locate the right lid for the right container, and ensure you'll never have to worry about finding a heat-safe lid when cooking.

Food Guard lids can stretch up to twice their original size over and over again without losing their shape, strength, or durability. Composed of a material similar to a common silicone baking tray, their grippy nature enables Food Guard to easily adhere to just about any surface or shape, and can even be used to create an airtight seal to keep food fresh and flavorful.

Product Details
  • Materials
  • Measurements
    7.7"L x 7.7"W x 0.1"H
  • OriginImported

— Set Of 5
— Infinitely Reusable
— Capable Of Creating Airtight Seals Around Containers So Food Stays Fresh & Flavorful
— Can Be Used With Almost Any Container, Plate, Bowl, Or Other Storage Vessel
— Stretches Up To Twice Its Original Size To Fit Containers Of Any Shape
— Oven, Microwave, & Freezer Safe
— Heat Range from -40º F To 446º F
— Dishwasher Safe
— 100% BPA-Free Silicone
— Fully Recyclable
— Arrives In Eco-Friendly Packaging, Made From Recycled Cardboard

— Red Food Guard Lid
— Blue Food Guard Lid
— Green Food Guard Lid
— Yellow Food Guard Lid
— Clear Food Guard Lid

Can it travel well without spilling?

Yes, as long as there is an airtight seal, it will be fine. However, we do recommend that you keep it upright to avoid any spills should they occur.

To create a solid airtight seal, do not overstretch. Only a lip of 1-inch maximum is needed to create a strong airtight seal.

Does the stickiness wear off?

Properly washed and stored, the tackiness of the material should last for a few years.

Are they hard to stretch to fit all these odd sized dishes?

Not at all, odd shapes are actually a little easier to cover as they have more corners and edges to tack to.

Will it stick to plastic Tupperware?

In most cases, yes, but some cheaper plastic containers may have issues 'sticking' to Food Guard.

How is it fully recyclable?

The Food Guard Lids can be dropped off at your local waste dump and placed in the silicone recycling bins they have there. These are common in the US, Canada, Australia and the UK. As for the packaging, as it is made from cardboard and paper, it can be placed in a normal recycling bin or composted.

Are they different sizes?

No, Food Guard lids are all the same size, 7.7 inches in diameter.

What is the minimum and maximum size bowl they will cover?

We recommend that users do not stretch Food Guard over a bowl larger than 15-16 inches. While Food Guard can stretch out to over 22 Inches, issues can occur with sticking, etc depending on bowl size and shape. So we recommend no more than 15-16 inches. In terms of how small, Food Guard can be used on a container/bowl, etc as small as you want. As long as you make an airtight seal, it will work.

How do you clean them?

You can put Food Guard Lids in the Dishwasher, or you can wash them in your sink with hot water and soap. You can treat them the same as you wash a plate etc.

Are you able to create a tight seal on a glass that is 5" in diameter?

Yes, 100%! You just need to make sure you stretch it out over the edges and then please a small amount of air by pressing down on the center of the Food Guard. Then you will have an airtight seal. You can get an airtight seal with Food Guard on anything as small as a shot glass by employing this method.

What is the country of origin?

These are manufactured in China from the highest quality, FDA approved food-grade silicone.

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    — USA
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ships In
    1-5 business days
  • Return Policy
    CLEARANCE: Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation