Using Rubber Drawer Liner in Microwave

What do you think about using liner on the rotating plate inside the microwave? It really could and would, be helpful if safe.
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August 6, 20190 found this helpful

If the liner is silicone it would be safe. I would not chance it if it were not.

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August 6, 20190 found this helpful

Because of what it s made of,all sorts of chemicals within this product, that give off fumes, surrounding everything cooked or warmed up.(Note) most items will tell you if they are microwavable.Be safe!

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August 7, 20190 found this helpful

If you are looking for something to keep the microwave clean, I would avoid anything rubber or plastic. Paper is wasteful so I would avoid that, although I have friends who swear by the super cheap paper plates as liners.


You could use a microwave safe glass plate. Just be very, very careful when you remove it and check frequently for cracks. I recently burned my finger pulling a glass bowl from the microwave. I did not realize it had a crack and while it did not break in the microwave (I have had that happens) it conducted heat differently and it got very hot. Ouchies!

Safety first with the microwave!

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August 9, 20190 found this helpful

Are you wanting the liner to help contain spills or are you wanting something to keep dishes from 'slipping' or moving around?

I many times use a microwave 'pan' under something that has a tendency to overflow.
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If you are wanting something with gripping power then something like this may work. These are oven and microwave safe (see description half way down page).

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