Can you freeze Pyrex?

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One of the most common questions we hear about Pyrex is whether or not it can be frozen. People often wonder if they should put their Pyrex dishes in the freezer to make them last longer.

In this blog post, we will answer all your freezing pyrex questions and provide you with some tips on how to best handle these types of dishes as well!

In short, you cannot freeze Pyrex. There are many reasons for this – primarily because of the chemical makeup of the glass and also because it’s not safe to have an ice-cold dish in your freezer next to all your frozen foods.

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This is a question that we often get from customers who want to protect their investment or those with large collections of dishes!

The most important thing when storing these types of items is preventing them from coming into contact with heat sources such as ovens, microwaves, stovetops and more.

Storing them on shelves where they won’t experience extreme changes in temperature will help extend their lifespan significantly longer than if left unprotected. 


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