butrcup Posted 18 Nov 2005 , 10:09pm
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I bought two silicone mats at the grocery store to bake cookies on-naturally I threw away the boxes they came in because what could go wrong?! (ha)
they scrunched up (kinda like bacon does when it cooks) when I was baking my cookies....so my cookies turned out deformed-am I doing something wrong? I can't return them (no box) and I hate to just throw them in a drawer...any ideas?
thanks!

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ShelbysYummys Posted 18 Nov 2005 , 10:19pm
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Are you sure they were the kind you could bake on?? Not to be asking you a silly question. But You should be able to bake on them w/o any prob's if they are indeed for baking. Do you have your receipt??
If you do I would just return them W/O the box.
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butrcup Posted 18 Nov 2005 , 10:32pm
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its not a silly question-I've done stupid things on several occassions, lol

yep, they are for baking-good up to 600 degrees, it was on the box-that I threw away-
nope, no receipt either....
geez should I put them next to the malt maker I never use, or the easy chop?

Lisa Posted 18 Nov 2005 , 11:05pm
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If you can remember the manuf or if it's marked, I'd call them. Sometimes they're willing to send replacements. Even if they don't, at least they'll know their product is faulty.

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