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Oven splatter guard/shield

prophet01 | Jan 3, 202011:58 PM     78

Hi everyone, new member Andrew from the UK here.

I really would appreciate your thoughts on a product that I've been developing over the past few years and am now seriously considering manufacturing and selling it.

As the thread title suggests its a device which forms a barrier between your roast and the interior of the oven preventing projectile matter from the meat splattering onto the oven walls and grill element or oven ceiling above.

It's reusable (I've been using the prototype for over two years now), easy to wash (of course) and the best bit is that once used, cleaned and dried, it rolls up for storage in a drawer.

Thanks in advance.

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