10" Silicone Splatter Guard

By Frywall


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Keep your simmer and sizzle contained with this silicone splatter guard. Frywall lets you sauté, fry, and marinate at high temperatures without spattering your counters and walls. Its soft silicone fits snugly in 10” pots and pans, and is angled to let you access the food as you cook. Stick it in the dishwasher to clean, and fold it up to store.

  • Materials: 100% high-temp, food-grade, BPA-free silicone
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Fits pans with inside rim diameters of 9.5" - 10.25"
  • Wide mouth allows for food accessibility when cooking
  • High-walled construction prevents food/oil splatter
  • Folds up easily for compact storage
  • Heat-resistant up to 450° Fahrenheit
  • Durable design
  • Easy to clean
  • Made in Taiwan
  • Dimensions: 15" diameter x 6.5"
  • Weight: 0.875 lb.

75 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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Best tool in my kitchen

1/4/2019 by Lynne

I used to despise stovetop cooking with oil, because of the horrible mess the splattering oil and splattering food made. This splatter guard is the perfect, easy-clean solution to that aggravation, so I bought all available sizes and gave a great many for holiday gifts.More > < Less


Very Handy

1/1/2019 by James

The Firewall does a great job of keeping the grease away from our new range.



12/24/2018 by Robert H

I have used it and like it a lot. Keeps a ton of splatters off my counter.


Time saver

12/22/2018 by Cate

The drywall splatter guard is really nice. Saves time as you do not have any grease splatteres. I thought it might be difficult to reach food in the skillet, but it doesn’t. I highly recommend this item.More > < Less


Love it!!

12/17/2018 by Jeanne

I hate a greasy stove, but we all love bacon in our house!!! The Frywall has been a life saver. I am surprised at some of the comments from people who don't like it but I understand that initially it is really awkward to use. I have an 8", 10" and a 12" frywall and I use them at least 3 times a week, if not more.

I have found that you shouldn't push the frywall to the bottom of the pan - it is not supposed to go all the way down and it works fine without being at the bottom. And I always figure that it is easier to clean the frywall in the sink than to try and clean a really greasy stove top. To that end I have found that it is easy to clean it in my sink with a soapy sponge and just run it around the inside and outside. I haven't tried the dishwasher yet but now I will.

I really think that if you give it a chance you will come to like it a lot.
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About Frywall

Stop the splatter

With this silicone splatter guard inside the rim of any pot or pan, spattering and sizzling food won’t spray out.

Frywall keeps all the sautéing, frying, and marinating food contained even as it’s exposed to high temperatures. And even though the walls are high (kind of like a dog cone over your pan), the soft silicone is angled for easy access to the food. So you can flip, brown, and sear . . . while your shirt, kitchen, and you stay protected.

To clean, soap and rinse Frywall or stick it in the dishwasher. The silicone collapses down flat to save space when it’s stored.

Keep the counter tidy and the path straight—from the pan to your plate.