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MycroMat Revolutionizes Microwave Cooking

Young inventor Aaron Hechtman (30) to appear on QVC’s ‘Kitchen Idea’ show for MycroMat™

>PRWEB.COM NewswireChicago, Illinois (PRWEB) August 12, 2014   MycroMat™, the newest kitchen gadget that revolutionizes microwave cooking, comes from young 30 year-old inventor Aaron Hechtman of Chicago, who will discuss and demonstrate his kitchen product this week when he appears on the QVC Network ‘Kitchen Idea’ show with Gabriella Kerr, Wednesday, August 13th at 2:00 a.m. CT. One of the first products ever designed exclusively for the microwave, MycroMat is a multi-use kitchen gadget made out of silicone that functions as an oven mitt, trivet, and jar opener all-in-one. The Mycromat eliminates the need for old-fashioned oven mitts as this 21st century kitchen gadget helps handle hot bakeware out of the oven or microwave. ‘Grab it, glide it and slide it’ is the MycroMat slogan. Simple and easy to use, the silicone kitchen mat is the perfect microwave cooking helper when preparing a bowl of soup, Ramen noodles, chili and more. The silicone center opens bottles and jars and the entire mat can be placed underneath a cutting board for no-slip security. Currently sold exclusively at for $19.92 for a set of two, MycroMat comes in 3 colors: pink, blue or black.   Read more:

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