Products Details
 
Product Code : LLG221
Properties :    
Color - Natural
Size - 158 X 158 X 60mm
Material - Borosilicate Glass
Volume - 620ml
INR 479.00/-
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Features :
Heat-resistant glass and normal glasses are different.

Difference in Raw Material - Unlike other glasses, heat-resistant glass use material that contains strong heat resistant properties which could withstand sudden change in temperature.

Difference in Manufacturing Process - Heat-resistant glass is produced in temperature above 2700°F which makes it harder to manufacture. And it contains borosilicate which makes it capable of withstanding sudden change in temperature, but the costs are very high. (LOCK & LOCK BOROSEAL thermal shock strength 250°F

Difference in Use - Heat-resistant glass can withstand sudden change in temperature, thus it could be used not only in a refrigerator, a microwave and a dishwasher but also in a 750°F conventional oven.

Safer with 100% Heat-resistant Glass - Normal glasses or tempered glasses may, with small scratches could be broken and scattered when there is a thermal or physical shock. LOCK & LOCK BOROSEAL uses Heat-resistant Glass for more safety.

LOCK & LOCK GLASS MERIT POINT
* Excellent airtightness with the 4-side locking system.
* Cooking in oven, or use it as bakeware (without lid).
* Salt and oxidation resistant.
* Microwave safe (without lid).
* From oven to table at once.
* Freezer to microwave at once.
* Stain and odour resistant.

BOROSILICATE GLASS
Made of borosilicate glass which withstands high heat and sudden cooling. So it allows you to use it safely in the oven, microwave and dishwasher.

Use & Care
Glass
* Make sure there's no defects on the glass before use.
* The glass can crack or break on impact. They are very durable. However, need to be taken care of.
* Do not use abrasive cleaners or scrubbers, wash the glass in lukewarm water with a towel or soft mat.
* Do not twist or attempt to break the edge of container.
* Do not hit or scrub using spoon or any other hard material.
* Warn the children of the possible danger with the useage.
* Do not nest the container. It could damage the glass. Please keep the lid on when storing.

In Freezer
* Freezing the food could cause expansion in the volume and could cause damage. Please avoid storing frozen items. (Porridge, soup, stock, milk, juice, curry, sauce, etc.)
* Do not pack rice in the container to keep them in the freezer. (Keep some space between the food and the wall of container when storing)

Oven or Microwave
* Do not overheat empty container in microwave or even for long period of time. Glass could be very hot.
* Do not place frozen dishes directly in a hot oven.
* Do not clean the container with wet towels or place on wet surface when the glass is heated. Sudden change in temperature could damage the glass.
* Do not put in direct contact with a flame. It is the cause of damage and injury.
* Please use oven/kitchen glove when removing the glass container from oven or microwave. The surface of the glass container can be very hot.
* You may use in conventional ovens but NOT on the stovetop directly.
* When microwaving always vent lid by lifting from the rim enough to avoid excessive steam build-up, and possible injury.
* Follow microwave manufacturers recommendations when reheating food in Lock & lock containers. Remove lid or open enough to avoid dangerous steam build up.
* When microwaving frozen foods directly out of the freezer, always use appropriate microwave setting.
* Top rack dishwasher safe for plastic lids.

Lid
* Do not carry the container by holding its lid. It could fall off.
* Avoid overheating foods high in oil or fat in a microwave.
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