Charles Viancin Overboil Ring Review!

If you have ever boiled anything in your life one time or another liquid has boiled over on your stove top. For me that always is a ridiculous mess especially since my top is glass. Liquid when burnt on my glass top causes a nice film that I can't just wipe away. Nope I then use a special cleaner to remove the spot. That is quite a bit to do. When I came across the Charles Viancin Overboil Ring I knew I had to have it but does it really work?

Boil Confidently, Without the Mess
With its patent-pending design, the vortex overboil lid is a revolutionary new product in kitchenware. Keep liquid from boiling over and making a mess with the raised silicone edges. The central opening allows for simple stirring, mixing and serving. Cleaning up has never been so simple. The unique design of the lid fits a variety of pots, making it easy to match your cooking needs.  
Overboil lid's key features include:
 Raised edges prevent liquids from boiling over into your stove top
Central opening allows you to stir your food without worrying about spills
Serving is simple without worrying about difficult clean-up afterward
Anti-spill shield prevents food or liquid splattering outside of the pot
The OverBoil Ring retails from $11.99-17.99 (Depending on size). 

Perfect for pasta, sauces, soups, anything that might 
(and likely will!) boil over onto the stove.

The answer you have all been waiting for, does it work? You bet your clean stove top it does! It is awesome and beyond! Not only does it keep the boil over from ever coming to play but so much more. The high temperatures don't phase it a single bit and the dishwasher... just put it in, it can handle it! This wonderful invention is going to save me so much time and I can save on the elbow grease too. This is a must have for anyone who cooks in their kitchen, trust me you will be so happy to have one!
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