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Product description
  • Hutzler's Boil Over Stopper keeps starchy content in cooking liquids from boiling over so stoves stay clean
  • Made from BPA-free plastic; won't crack, corrode, or rust; heat safe to 375-degrees Fahrenheit; measures 13.75 x 3.375 x 0.5-inches
  • Breaks up starchy bubbles and stops boil overs before they occur; works with all types of cooking liquids and fits most cooking pot sizes
  • Ideal for cooking pasta, potatoes, oatmeal, and other starchy foods; simply place over the cooking pot to stop starchy foods from boiling over
  • Spend less time cleaning or watching pots boil; use the hooked end to pull out hot oven racks and push them back in; dishwasher safe for easy cleanup
Hutzler's Boil Over Stopper keeps stoves clean without messy starch-water boilovers. Stop boil overs before they occur. Cooking foods that contain fats, starches, and other substances increases the viscosity of liquid and forms a film on the surface. When those liquids heat and form bubbles, they become trapped under that film and cause the pot to boil over. For less messy boilovers, place this boil over stopper across the top of the cooking pot to break up those bubbles. Spend less time watching the pot or cleaning the stove. Works over any type of cooking liquid and fits most pot sizes. Ideal for cooking pasta, potatoes, oatmeal, and other starchy foods. The hooked end works nicely to pull out hot oven racks and push them back in safely. Made from BPA-free plastic, it's heat safe to 375-degrees Fahrenheit, and won't crack, corrode, or rust. Dishwasher safe for easy cleanup

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