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Old 04-01-2004, 04:37 PM
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Default Anyone use Exopat nonstick baking sheets?

"McGuirk1" wrote in message
Hello...I saw these on and they sounded interesting. They

measure 16
1/2 x 11 5/8. My favorite cookie sheets (Airbake) measure 15 x 14.
I pulled out every cookie sheet I own and nothing comes close to the

measurements. Does anyone know of a sheet that would fit these mats?
Thank you.

A half sheet pan is 13 x 18. The Exopat is made for that pan. Exopat is an
alternative brand to Sipat, a glass fiber reinforced silicone baking sheet.

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