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  • We recommend that you lightly oil your meat or the liner to prevent food from sticking. (Cooking spray works well)

  • Use a grabbing tool to flip your food. Remove fats from your drip tray to avoid flare-ups.

  • Liners can be cut to size with standard household scissors. 

  • For a snug fit, our liners can be gently stretched by holding it at opposite ends and slowly pulling at opposite ends.  

  • When using a charcoal or wood BBQ grill, you would want to wait until at least 2/3rds of the charcoal have turned white before placing the liner on the grill. 


  • Liners may contain sharp edges.

  • Liners should never be placed over a DIRECT flame.

  • The liners are heat resistant/fireproof to 500 °F (260 °C). 

  • Use BBQ safety heat resistant gloves and a grabbing tool when putting the liner on hot grates.

How to prevent grease flare-ups and grease fires

  • Ensure your flame tamers (burner covers) are clean from grease and residue.

  • Replace any rusty and damaged flame tamers. 

  • Ensure your grease tray and pan is free from grease and residue. 

  • Trim excess fat from meat. 

  • Always keep a CO2 fire extinguisher handy.

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