Material Tempered Glass
Size Lenght, width & Height 20.6×18.1
Capacity 1.1 Ltr
Shock resistant manufactured to withstand sudden temperature extremes from -4 DegreeF to 266 DegreeF and is suitable for hot or cold liquids
Stackable. Duralex glasses and bowls are stackable for convenient and space-saving storage. Hygienic nonporous Duralex glass does not absorb liquid
Oven, freezer, microwave & dishwasher safe. Adaptable modern glassware can go directly from the freezer to the microwave
Top-quality. Every day, all day. Constant quality control guarantees excellence and built in durability insures that Duralex products will maintain their look for many years. Lead-free, cadmium free, and BPA free
Clear Baking Pan:
The clear glass baking pan lets you monitor the cooking process and easily identify leftovers. The clear glass matches everything and will never have a “dated” look. It is also a charming decoration in your kitchen and dining table which may impress your guests!
This glass bakeware for the oven is the preferred choice for its durability, rust resistance, extra strength, and high-performance capabilities. No more aluminum in your food and a great replacement for the aluminum pan.
This easy-to-clean glass oven pan is nonstick and dishwasher safe for effortless cleanup and is resistant to stains and scratches.
Use in an electric oven, convection oven, microwave oven, fridge, and freezer
Pre grease your dish before pouring in food meant for baking
Pre heat oven before use for best result
Allow frozen dish to reach to warm a bit before putting it in the oven for reheating (however, straight from the fridge to the oven is ok)
Allow hot dish with food to cool a bit before putting it into the freezer (putting a hot dish into the fridge, however, is ok)
Wash with soap and a soft sponge, or in the dishwasher
Do not use over direct flame
Do not allow the food to dry completely in the oven
Do not put the hot dish on cold or wet surface
Do not use abrasive cleaners or scourers to ensure the scratch-free surface
Do not use the plastic lid in conventional oven or microwave oven. It is not recommended that plastics be heated, as research shows that the plastics leach chemicals at a higher rate when heated