Glass Vented Lids - Set of 2

By Cuchina Safe

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Reheat, steam, and cook with a glass microwave lid that doubles as a lid for a pot or pan. It’s safer, more durable, and longer lasting than plastic lids and wrap. Made of sturdy, non-porous borosilicate glass, it doesn’t hold on to odors, stains, or bacteria. It won’t break down when it’s heated up—and it can handle temps up to 450 degrees. Flip this vented topper over and use it to cover a pot or pan.

  • Materials: Borosilicate glass
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Includes 2 vented glass lids
  • Lid sizes: Small: 8"; Medium: 9"
  • Concentric rings allows lids to fit various size bowls, mugs, pots, and glassware
  • Features 3 venting holes
  • Can withstand temperatures up to 450°F
  • Non-porous, non-toxic, stain-resistant glass won’t absorb odors, dyes, or harbor bacteria
  • 100% recyclable
  • Great for reheating or steaming
  • Caution: Not for stove top, direct flame, or broiler. Use oven mitt or towel when hot
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: Small: 7.88" diameter x 0.67"; Medium: 9" diameter x 0.68"
  • Weight: Small: 1.1 lbs.; Medium: 1.46 lbs.

19 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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I have been looking for something to cover dishes in the microwave. Won't use plastic and felt bad using wax paper every time. This is the answer!More > < Less


Why Use Plastic When You Can Use Glass!


I really like these glass vented lids. This is much better than using plastic, in my opinion. The 2 sizes are perfect for all my microwavingwaving needs. There worth every penny!More > < Less


The Best


Clever, useful microwave accessories. No more spatter!




I use these covers everyday in my microwave and as a cover for a bowl I put in the refrigerator. I love the idea that I do not have to worry about unsafe chemicals from plastic microwave covers.More > < Less


Answer to a cook's prayer.


A while back, I purchased some silicon bowl covers to use when heating up bowls of soup, steaming vegetables, and warming bread in my microwave. Siliconr /> Silicon lids do the job until something like a bowl of soup creates so much steam that it explodes, sending the light weight silicone cover flying, flinging hot liquid all over the interior of the microwave.

Further, in my experience, silicon lids do not clean up in the dishwasher very well.

Enter the glass covers from Grommet. They are heavy and do not move no matter how much steam is generated underneath them. They wash sparkling clean in the dishwasher. There are little "ears" at the edges of each cover that function like handles, making the covers easy to remove. ( Sometimes silicone covers get "stuck" and are difficult to remove without scalding the user along the way.)

I only wish that Grommet would sell these as individual units. For example, five or six of the smaller ones would be more useful to me than having to purchase a large one every time I wanted to purchase a small one.
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About Cuchina Safe

Glass Lids

When Susan Castriota was diagnosed with breast cancer, her daughter recommended she use glass microwave lids instead of potentially harmful plastic ones. So Susan created her own durable, safer glass designs.

Cuchina Safe lids are made with strong, non-porous borosilicate glass. It won’t hold on to odors, stains, or bacteria like plastics can. And unlike some plastic lids and wrap, the glass won’t break down when it’s heated.

The vented lids can handle temps up to 450 degrees in the microwave or oven, and are great for reheating, cooking, steaming, or to use as a splatter guard. Flip the deeper glass lid over and it can double as a baking dish, while the smaller lids can work as a top for pots and pans, too.

Cuchina Safe’s durable lids are a safer alternative and handy kitchen multi-taskers, too—and we think that makes them a double good idea.