Use Drip Pans to Contain Cooking Messes
Let your employees flex their culinary muscles with drip pans and other replacement parts for stoves. Whether you have a stove in the break room for employee use or have a small kitchen for serving food at a day care, cafe or similar service business, keeping things tidy makes your job easier. With drip pans that fit snugly, you catch all those little spills that add up to a big mess.
Cut Back on Elbow Grease
They say a watched pot never boils. We're here to tell you an unwatched pot does boil — a lot. And sometimes that makes for a mighty big mess. Drip pans fit securely under the burner coils on electric stoves, gathering all those drips and spills so they don't make a mess under the stove top. Of course your cooking skills are on point, but with lots of cooks in the kitchen — or the break room — spills are bound to occur every now and then. Removable drip pans are easy to clean and help keep the stove looking spic and span. They also allow you to avoid having to smell spilled food every time someone uses the stove. If the existing drip pans on the stove in your office are too far gone, replace them with a set of new drip pans for a fresh start, and don't forget to assign someone the task of cleaning your new drip pans occasionally so they stay shiny and fresh.
Spread Your Culinary Wings
If your office has a range, you can't forget about all of the things that go on below the cooktop. Broil and bake pans take workplace dining to a whole new level. The two-piece sets come with an upper grill pan and a lower drip pan to catch all the drippings when you broil meats and other messy foods. Employees have the option of broiling food in the oven without making a mess — and you won't have to play "Guess that Charred Food" the next time you peek into the oven. The broil and bake pans also work in a toaster oven if your office goes for a countertop approach to lunchtime broiling.
Match Your Model
Keep in mind that you should never judge a drip pan by its appearance alone. Although they may look the same, drip pan models have subtle differences in their notches and cutouts. This is because electric ranges vary in the type of heating elements and how those elements sit in the burner areas. For example, certain drip pan styles suit ranges with hinged elements, and others fit ranges with plug-in elements. Most drip pans are universal across any brand of range, but some models have slightly different setups that don't work with universal drip pans. Know the style and brand of your work stove before ordering.