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I bought one of these today, Yoshi mat. I was wondering what there made of. Looks like carbon fiber. Says don't expose to flames but will handle temps up to 500 Almost looks like a thick plastic mat. Anyone know what this is made from.

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You know when I first took the mat out of the box the first thing that came to mine was how could I use this on my Camaro, I forgot about cooking on it. Hmmmmmm, gasket material maybe? I guess you couldn't smear gasket sealant on it cause it wouldn't stick.
Thanks for the info. So its fiberglass with a Teflon on it. It can handle temps. up to 500. I'll have to think about this a little more. I bet this is used for something other than cooking an someone figured that " Hey I can use this on on BBQ grill" an now there rolling in cash...
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I bought one of these today, Yoshi mat. I was wondering what there made of. Looks like carbon fiber. Says don't expose to flames but will handle temps up to 500 Almost looks like a thick plastic mat. Anyone know what this is made from.
Several years from now, some sharp young chemist will announce that the materials used in making the Yoshi mat will cause di-flukus of the flamgadget, a terminal affliction, and its use will be banned worldwide. Remember, you heard it here first.
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