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Natural Bamboo Trivet Mat Set, Kitchen Wood Hot Pads Trivet, Hea

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Why do you need a Bamboo Trivet?

When you are cooking in the kitchen, at some point you are going to have a hot pan, pot or plate that is simply too hot to hold and too hot for your delicate counters or tables.
That's why you need a reliable cooking hot pad that absorbs heat so you can protect yourself and your kitchen decor."br""br""b"Features:"br""br" Made of Carbonized natural bamboo which is not easy to absorb water, Resistant to moisture, healthy and eco-friendly, hard and not easy to deform."br" Well-proportioned lattice thermal vias can expel hot steam effectively.Grid design strengthens the loading capacity of Hot Pads and the rubber feet underneath make it placed steady."br" One large and one small round, one large and one small square. Perfect combinations used as trivets for kitchen, pot, fry pan, casserole, dishes holder and for dining table or desktop"br" Designed to protect your table surfaces and desktop from hot cookware and dishes better than"br" simple hot pads or trivet mats and it even protects against slipping or scratching."br""br""b"Specification:"br""br" Material:Natural Bamboo"br" 1 Set Bamboo Trivets includes 1 large and 1 small round &1 large and 1 small square"br""b"Notice:"br""br" 1, the first time the use of bamboo products, please soak for 3-4 hours with salt water, and then cleaned to use."br" 2, do not put microwave oven and any other high temperature electrical appliances, to prevent deformation."br"

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