Notes I wanted to line a small pan I use for making rice in the Instant Pot. The pot is aluminum, and the rice just sticks to pan. With the Teflon sheet, the rice just slides right out! I've also used the sheet for cookies.
The consistency of the sheet is more ribbon-like than parchment paper, so I'm thinking about sewing together a container. The fabric is very easy to cut, but it seems like it may fray over time. (The threads look a bit lose on the edges.)
I haven't looked for a larger size, but if I find one, I might just get it to line the litter box.
I purchased these Teflon sheets to aid with applying HTV. They do just what they are supposed to, conduct heat without harming the garment. I would recommend these sheets to anyone needing them for making shirts that require heat. I have made several shirts successfully with these Teflon sheets!
They came packed in a plastic container, which seems to be a good way to protect the sheets as it was a very sturdy plastic. They work well with my heat press, as this was the intended purpose for them.