Cooking splatter—don’t you hate it? It’s a “dirty open secret”—never mentioned by celebrity chefs, never photographed in cookbooks or blogs, yet a constant aggravation for every experienced cook. Cleaning a bespattered stovetop can depress even the will to cook.
But a solution is at hand! Frywall keeps the sizzle in the pan and the mess off your stovetop. So you can enjoy cooking without facing the aftermath of spills and splatter on your range, counters, and nearby pots.
Unlike splatter screens, Frywall provides uninterrupted protection, even when adding, removing, or stirring ingredients. It completely stops fine oil mist that screens can't. It allows steam to escape, so meat browns perfectly. And it cleans up easily, never getting gunked up with sticky oil.
Where splatter screens merely take the edge off splatter, Frywall keeps your stovetop impeccable—without compromising cooking quality.
Frywall is made of FDA-certified high-temperature silicone, the same material long used for bakeware. Like glass, it is composed primarily of silicon, an element that's practically inert. Frywall contains no BPAs, plastics, or toxins.
It's also incredibly tough, able to withstand sustained temperatures of up to 450°F (230°C). That's well above normal cooking temperatures or the smoke point of most oils. So you can cook as you normally would. Just avoid exposing Frywall to an open flame.
Frywall comes in two sizes. Frywall 10 fits pots and pans with inside rim diameters of 9 5/8- 10 1/2 inches (24.5cm - 27.0cm). Frywall 12 fits pots and pans with inside rim diameters of 11 5/8 - 12 1/2 inches (29.5cm - 32.0cm).
Frywall never drops its guard, protecting your stovetop even when you stir with a spoon or flip with a spatula. Yet it lets steam escape, so proteins sear without getting soggy. You get the freedom of an open pan, with a lot less mess. Frywall works better than a splatter screen.
Frywall is made of BPA-free, FDA-compliant silicone that can withstand heat up to 450°F. It's also dishwasher safe, and easy to roll up and store in its pint-sized sleeve.
Frywall can be tricky to position your first time out. Budget a minute or two to get the knack. It’s a breeze after that. Check out this demo and take a look at the instructions below. Not sure which size Frywall you need? Also take a look at our sizing guide.
1. Verify that the surface marked “IN” faces the inside of your pan. If your model has a stability ring, it should face the middle of the pan.
2. Grip Frywall with your thumbs on the inside and your other fingers spread out wide on the outside surface.
3. Maintaining this grip, maneuver Frywall so the bottom edge forms a circle.
4. Gently lower Frywall into your pan. Frywall should rest against the inside surface of your pan's rim, so the cooking surface stays clear. Frywall won't be damaged by sitting on the cooking surface, but it may get in the way a bit.
5. Cook away, just avoid exposing Frywall to direct flames. Frywall is safe to 450°F, well above the smoking temperature of most cooking oils.
6. For easy storage, roll up Frywall and place it back into its reusable plastic packing sleeve.
Which size Frywall do you need? Start by measuring the rim-to-rim distance across the top of your pan. Next, take a look at our sizing chart and video demonstration of how to measure your pan.
Frywall works with frying pans and skillets of various standard sizes. Whether you have a gas, electric, or induction stove, Frywall keeps your stovetop free from splatter and oil mist.
What is Frywall?
Frywall is a stovetop splatter guard that fits in your frying pan or skillet. It works better than a splatter screen to keep your kitchen clean from grease, oil mists, and bubbling liquids.
Which size Frywall fits my pan?
Take a look at our sizing guide and watch a video demonstration of how to measure your pan.
What kind of pans does Frywall work with?
Frywall works with all kinds of frying pans, skillets, sauciers, and other cooking vessels. Cast iron, stainless steel, aluminum, nonstick, enameled, ceramic – you name it.
How do I clean my Frywall?
Cleaning the Frywall is a snap in the dishwasher or the sink. If using a dishwasher, wind the Frywall through a few tines so water can reach the entire inside surface. The Frywall is safe for both the upper and the lower rack. You can also wash the Frywall by hand with ordinary dish soap.
Can I use the Frywall in the oven?
Yes, but with a few caveats. Keep the temperature below 450°F and keep the Frywall away from any open flame! Also be aware that the Frywall will be harder to clean than when it's used on the stovetop, since splattered oil gets baked on in the oven. Your Frywall may also become discolored. We personally love the color of a well-weathered Frywall, but that's a matter of taste.
Can I use the Frywall to deep fry?
Yes, but make sure the oil line stops below the Frywall and that the Frywall is not resting inside the oil. If the Frywall is in the oil, the oil may foam when food is added.
Why isn't Frywall suitable for downdraft stoves?
Frywall directs stream and vapor up and away from the downdraft vent. You can technically use Frywall with a downdraft stove, but the stove will not vent properly.
What is your return and exchange policy?
If you're not satisfied with your Frywall, please reach out to us on our contact page and let us know your order number. We'll give you instructions on how to return or exchange your Frywall within 30 days of purchase.
Returns and exchanges are subject to a $5.00 USD restocking fee.
What is Frywall made of?
Frywall is made of FDA-compliant silicone. Silicone is composed of silicon, the second most abundant element in the earth's crust and one that is practically inert. It is BPA-free and has been used safely in bakeware for decades.
Will Frywall melt or crack from heat?
Frywall can withstand sustained temperatures up to 450°F. That's 50°F above the smoke point of most vegetable oils and 75-100°F above the smoke point of most animal fats. So your food will burn before Frywall does. Do, however, avoid exposing Frywall to an open flame. Temperatures above 450°F and exposure to an open flame will cause the silicone to become brittle. Silicone is not flammable.
Can Frywall sit in a pan while it's preheating?
Yes, within limits. As a general rule you can pre-heat away without worry. But if the oil in the pan starts to smoke, it's probably time to add other ingredients or lower the temperature—for Frywall's sake as well as your dinner's. You should avoid using Frywall when preheating an empty pan for an extended period of time over high heat, as is sometimes done with cast-iron pans.
Where is Frywall made?
Frywall is designed and headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, and is manufactured exclusively for us in Taiwan.
Do you ship internationally?
Yes, please refer to our Shipping page.
Is Frywall dishwasher safe?
Yes, it can be placed in your dishwasher's upper or lower rack.
Is Frywall patented?
Indeed it is. As our attorneys put it: FrywallTM and/or the use of FrywallTM in a method may be covered by one or more U.S. and/or foreign patents, including U.S. Patents No. 9,784,302 and 10,130,213. This page is intended to serve as notice under 35 U.S.C. § 287(a).
When was Frywall on Shark Tank?
Yair made his pitch to the Sharks in Season 9, Episode 14, which aired in January 2018.