Odor-Absorbing Splatter Screen

When cooking foods like fish, garlic, bacon and fried chicken, it can be difficult to control splatters on your stovetop and unwanted cooking odors that can linger in curtains and furniture. We are excited to tell you about a simple solution to this common cooking dilemma: the Odor-Absorbing Splatter Screen.

The concept for the Odor-Absorbing Splatter Screen was invented by a Long Island businessman who was working with an odor-absorbing carbon fabric for a line of sports bags he designed. In exploring other uses for the carbon fabric, he came up with the idea to create this unique kitchen tool that eliminates odors – and splatters – during cooking.

The carbon fabric filter, sandwiched between two metal mesh screens, attracts odors like a magnet, absorbing and trapping them inside. And because of the multiple layers of screen and carbon fabric, the Odor-Absorbing Splatter Screen provides exceptional protection against splatters.

The resulting Odor-Absorbing Splatter Screen absorbs odors, contains splatters and allows steam to escape (so foods stay crispy), providing you with a simple and affordable solution for a better cooking experience.

The Odor-Absorbing Splatter Screen is perfect to use when cooking fish, chicken, latkes, bacon, sautéed onions and garlic, sauce and any other foods that create pungent odors and splatters.

Featuring a comfortable handle, the Odor Absorbing Splatter Screen is available in an 11-inch flat screen ($9.99) or a 13-inch flat screen with a folding handle ($14.99). These affordable screens fit perfectly over the most commonly used fry pans and pots. And, this ingenious kitchen tool can be hand-washed or put directly into the dishwasher for easy cleanup.

Through the inventor’s partnership with Lifetime Brands, Odor-Absorbing Splatter Screens are now available at retail stores nationwide, under our Farberware® brand and Design for Living® brands. For each Farberware Odor-Absorbing Splatter Screen sold, the inventor will donate his portion of the proceeds to Safe Water Source, a section 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing clean drinking water in Africa. For more information, visit www.safewatersource.org.