The 179 mm PP Round Plastic Dome Lid is perfect for everything from storing leftovers to packing a picnic lunch. Thanks to its unique design, the lid creates an airtight seal that keeps food fresh and prevents spills. The clear plastic construction also makes it easy to see what's inside, and the sleek dome shape adds a touch of style to any meal.
These lids are made of durable plastic, making them sturdy enough to withstand daily wear and tear. The dome shape also makes it easy to stack multiple containers on top of each other, saving you valuable space in your kitchen. One pack weighs 10.7lbs.
When it comes to plastic dome lids, size matters, and our Round Plastic Dome Lids are just the right size for various applications. Measuring 21.5 × 14.5 × 10 in, these lids are perfect for everything, most importantly food storage.
Pieces per Pack
With our Round Plastic Dome Lids, You will have enough on hand to meet your food storage needs with 300 pieces per pack. Additionally, the clear design makes it simple to see what is contained in each container, allowing you to grab what you require from the pantry or refrigerator quickly.
Benefits of Round Plastic Dome Lids
Excellent Product Visibility
Using this cover, you can promote your signature salads, sandwiches, and desserts to increase impulse buys. In addition, its transparent, plastic shape offers maximum visibility and quick product identification. From a marketing standpoint, round plastic dome lids can also be branded to boost audience engagement with a business's brand identity. All these benefits create better customer experiences and make them more likely to return.
This lid's dome form enables you to package pies, cakes, and other items without endangering your presentation. Flat lids tend to press into your food, spoiling sandwich filling and icing designs and making a mess. This lid's dome shape gives you plenty of areas to package more food while maintaining the integrity of your display.
Locks in Freshness
For several food service applications, round plastic dome lids are perfect. These lids have a tight seal that helps keep food fresh and tasty. Additionally, you may take food with confidence and no spill worries.
Round Plastic Dome Lids Facts
Round plastic dome lids are ubiquitous today, but they didn't always exist. In the early days of food storage, metal or glass lids were the norm. But in the 1940s, a new type of plastic called polystyrene was developed. This new plastic was lightweight, strong, and shatter-resistant, making it ideal for food packaging. As a result, Tupperware employees started experimenting with using polystyrene to make lids for their containers in the 1950s.
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You've just created the perfect dish. You've followed the recipe to the letter, and it's turned out to look exactly like the picture in the cookbook. The only thing left to do is cover it, so it will stay fresh until you're ready to serve it. Avail of our Round Plastic Dome Lids today, and you'll never have to worry about your food going stale. Our covers are made from high-quality plastic that will keep your food fresh for days. And because they're clear, you'll always be able to see what's inside.
Are Round Plastic Dome Lids Dishwasher Safe?
Round plastic dome lids are dishwasher safe as long as they are placed on the top rack. The heating element is far from the top shelf, so the lids will not be directly heated. They won't melt or change shape in the dishwasher because of this. Use a round plastic container with a dome-shaped lid the next time you want to store cookies. Simply place it on the top shelf of your dishwasher.
Are Round Plastic Dome Lids Recyclable?
The answer is: it depends on your recycling program. Some programs accept them, while others don't. The best way to find out is to check with your local recycling agency. If your recycling program accepts round plastic dome lids, you can recycle them by taking them to a recycling center or putting them in your curbside recycling bin. If your recycling program doesn't accept them, then you can try to reuse them or throw them away in the trash.