Silicone cookware

Old Oct 16, 18, 1:55 pm
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Silicone cookware

Am I able to take a silicone steamer in my carryon luggage?
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Old Oct 17, 18, 7:54 am
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what makes you think you might not be allowed to bring it in the cabin?
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Old Oct 17, 18, 9:03 am
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It maybe classified as flamible?
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Old Oct 18, 18, 1:43 am
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Something that can be used safely in a 500F oven... flammable? As opposed to things like paper, polyester, etc. that people bring on planes every day???
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Old Oct 18, 18, 2:29 am
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Originally Posted by der_saeufer View Post
Something that can be used safely in a 500F oven... flammable? As opposed to things like paper, polyester, etc. that people bring on planes every day???
Or implants...

Does your silicone steamer have a fuel source that could ignite?
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are you referring to one of these? If so, then it's absolutely fine.
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Old Oct 19, 18, 1:33 am
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Originally Posted by gobluetwo View Post
are you referring to one of these? If so, then it's absolutely fine.
Even silicone cookware with a lid and no sieve-like functionality has always been allowed by the TSA without issue as far as I’ve seen — and I do travel with cookware at times. The same cannot be said of something like a metal pressure cooker, as the TSA has at times made an issue of transporting those as part of cabin baggage — even as officially they were to have always been allowed (assuming they were empty).

Does the person plan to transport food inside the silicone cookware being handled as cabin baggage?

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