Colorful, unbreakable shot glass ready to be served ice-cold or set a fire. Knock back goodness whenever the mood strikes – when you're traveling, on the mountain, by the water, and of course in the kitchen. Best bottle topper you will ever own.
- Vendor: Silipint®
- Featured Logo: I-State
- Materials: 100% food-grade silicone
- Care: 100% Microwave Safe
- Cleaning: 100% Dishwasher Safe (on any rack!)
Why does my Tie-Dye cup look different than the picture? Every tie-dye cup is unique, like snowflakes! Colors are twisted to form variations in the tie-dye swirls. From the patterns to the way the colors lay next to each other, all of this is unique to each cup. There are no two the same.
Is Silicone safe for the microwave? Nuking is 100% tolerated. You can boil water, heat up soup, reheat your coffee, soft or hard-boil an egg, or bake a brownie. BE CAREFUL when removing from the microwave though, as your liquids may be quite HOT! Silicone has a high heat tolerance, so your drink may not feel very hot through your cup.
Cleaning is a breeze with these and they can take a beating! Rinse with mild detergent soap and warm water; throw them in any rack of the dishwasher; or take a garden hose to 'em. If odors occur, remedy with a thorough washing, or soaking mixture of 1T of baking soda or vinegar with hot water. Silipint® doesn't use any toxic sealants on their products, so the silicone can stain with certain food or liquids. You can reduce staining by immediately cleaning after use. If you have a stain that seems to have set in, try soaking in 3% Hydrogen Peroxide for 24 hours.
Keep your Silipint® off direct heat (open flames or directly on a burner), as the silicone will char or smoke if it gets too hot. They can also be used to bake things in the oven like cupcakes or brownies. However, you should not broil them or put them on a burner directly. And lastly, you can absolutely put them in boiling water, or boil water in them. Works great for making a poached egg while your're camping or hot tea at home. They are safe within temperatures ranging from -58 F to 450 F.