For you Crockpotters out there-Do you use the liners? Also what's your fav. crockpot? - Page 2
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    I have never used a liner in my crockpot
    but I'd give it a try if I found an interesting
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    I have a 6 qt Rival and love it. Gave my 4 qt to my dd, perfect size for her. I have no problem cleaning it, just swipe gently with an sos pad and it comes clean. I always use the low setting, it does boil fairly hard on the high setting and tends to spurt out the top.

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    I got a sample of the liners and I LOVED them! They're pretty expensive, though. I can imagine that for a nacho cheese dip, they'd be heaven sent!
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    I have 3 crockpots -- a 6 quart newer Rival one, a 1 quart Rival one, and an old (26 years +) slowcooker one that I use all the time.

    The only time I use the liners is when we are cooking while driving on vacation -- then I use the liners as I may not always have access to soap/water/time to clean up while on the road.

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    I have a rival. I got alot of freebie liners but am to afraid to use because of all the talk about plastic. dont put plastic in microwave or freeze plastic bottles or plastic anything anymore.

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    I have 3, all are Rival. I have a 4 quart round, 6 quart oval and a 1 quart mini for dips. I tried the liners once (got a free sample), I just didn't care for the idea.

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