My Amazon air fryer liners are a lifesaver — these ones are on sale

No joke, these are the top one-liners we've got when it comes to air fryers

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Snapped up a swish new air fryer? Congrats! You're one of many who are on their way to creating cost-effective and tasty food. Next stop: investing in some air fryer liners. Whether it's food, energy, or even dish soap, everything seems to be increasing in price at the moment. Luckily, this countertop kitchen appliance is giving ovens a run for their money. But with a busy schedule, who has time to wash their entire air fryer after each use? Not us!

We've been having so much fun prepping (and eating) tasty food in our test kitchen. Clean up? Not so much. Yes, many of the best air fryers have dishwasher-safe parts, but if you don't have a dishwasher, or you want to reuse your air fryer, you'll often have to tip bread crumbs and batter out and give it a quick rinse. I know, first-world problems, but an air fryer liner will be your BFF if you're bored of standing at the sink to clean your basket.

These silicone "sheets" are the answer to not having to rinse your baskets, drawers, or compartments every time you make a meal or snack. In our eyes, they're an eco-friendly hack to aluminum foil over your oven trays as they can be washed and reused. 

Cheap and cheerful, grab these heat-safe accessories for mess-free meal prep. All of the ones we spotted on Amazon below are on sale so you can buy a bunch for cheaper. We've listed air fryer liner deals in both the US and the UK, so you can shop based on where you're currently air-frying your food. 

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US air fryer liners

Pinepoem Reusable Silicone perforated air fryer liner | Was $7.94 Now $6.99 (save 95c) at Amazon

Pinepoem Reusable Silicone perforated air fryer liner | Was $7.94 Now $6.99 (save 95c) at Amazon
Hate food that's swimming in oil? If you like the taste of oven-baked or fried food, but not the pool of fat that fries and battered chicken can leave behind — try these air fryer liners for size. They'll keep crumbs and coating out of the basket, so you don't have to deal with touching food bits in the sink (gross!).

Xiilsie Air Fryer Silicone Pot | Was $18.99 Now $13.99 (save $2) at Amazon

Xiilsie Air Fryer Silicone Pot | Was $18.99 Now $13.99 (save $2) at Amazon
A bargain price to pay for two, these liners are dishwasher safe, like the rest on this list. They have handles and they are great for air fryers with rounded baskets. In terms of capacity, they're best for 3.6, 4.2, or 6.8-quart models.

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Fgsaeor Air Fryer Reusable Liner | Was $19.96 Now $18.96 (save $1) at Amazon
This gray reusable liner is thick and sturdy, meaning it can take more weight (and more food). There are two sizes available, so choose depending on the size of your air fryer.

2Pcs Air Fryer Silicone Pot Rectangular for Ninja Foodi Dual DZ201 8QT | Was $25.99 Now $19.99 (save $6) at Amazon

2Pcs Air Fryer Silicone Pot Rectangular for Ninja Foodi Dual DZ201 8QT | Was $25.99 Now $19.99 (save $6) at Amazon
If you have a Ninja Dual Zone air fryer or similar, you'll def want to grab this drawer-shaped duo. The twin set slots perfectly inside the compartments for cleaner cooking.

UK air fryer liners

2pcs foldable air fryer silicone pot | Was £8.29 Now £6.89 (save £1.40) at Amazon

2pcs foldable air fryer silicone pot | Was £8.29 Now £6.89 (save £1.40) at Amazon
This 2-in-1 air fryer liner is a real gourmet gadget that works hard in your kitchen. Use it as a basket or flatten it to use like a baking tray. Made from food-grade silicone, you can put this in your oven or microwave as it can withstand temperatures up to 230°C. The clever grooves help with airflow and oil drainage for crispy fries and crunchy breaded foods. It's also available in black, blue, red, and pink.

Dzpuhuojz 7.8-inch Silicone Air Fryer Liners | Was £14.99 Now £9.59 (save £5.40)

Dzpuhuojz 7.8-inch Silicone Air Fryer Liners | Was £14.99 Now £9.59 (save £5.40)
These air fryer liners are just £12 for two, and they're quite sizeable. Plus, they come in red, blue, black, or green.

Aqash 21-cm collapsible air fryer liner | Was £14.99 now £10.39 (save £4.60 with Amazon Prime)

Aqash 21-cm collapsible air fryer liner | Was £14.99 now £10.39 (save £4.60 with Amazon Prime)
If you've got Prime, then you're in for a tasty treat! This large collapsible air fryer liner works as a silicone bowl and round liner. Made for bigger air fryers and multicookers, this can be used to air fryer turkey or a super serving of spuds that can be taken straight to the table.

Thboxes Store 2 Pcs 7.5-inch Silicone Air Fryer Liner | Was £17.99 Now £8.99 (save £9) at Amazon

Thboxes Store 2 Pcs 7.5-inch Silicone Air Fryer Liner | Was £17.99 Now £8.99 (save £9) at Amazon
These two liners are ideal for air fryers with circular baskets. Again, they've got bumpy bases to allow for the oil to separate itself from your food, and they also have handles. For less than £15 for two, it's a steal.

Tower Air Fryer Accessory Baking Set | Was £34.99 now £33.99 at Amazon

Tower Air Fryer Accessory Baking Set | Was £34.99 now £33.99 at Amazon
Shop this 17-piece, all-inclusive air fryer accessory set which includes a nice mix of silicone tools, moulds, and non-stick cookware. Consider this a grown-up goodie bag!

If you prefer to shop at Boots, it's a little more expensive at £39.99, but you can collect 156 points on your Advantage Card with this purchase.

Should I use a liner in my air fryer?

We've raved about air fryer liners throughout this whole article, but they really are a great investment. Using one of these soft pieces of silicone can help protect the non-stick coating on your machine (and therefore stop it from rusting). If you're buying an Amazon air fryer, adding a few air fryer liners to your order is a no-brainer. 

What kind of liner can I use in an air fryer?

There are three things to note when choosing an air fryer liner: material, shape, and size.

Material: You can go down the disposable parchment paper route, but we've found find that the rubbery version is a much more sustainable and fuss-free option that you don't have to replace so frequently.

Shape: Do you need a soft square, round, or two rectangular air fryer liners? If you're hoping to bag a Ninja dupe, you'll most likely need rectangular liners rfor a dual-drawered appliance.

Size: Whether you have a compact air fryer or a large convection oven, finding the right-sized piece of silicone is essential. Ensure you can fit all your food onto the liner by doing your due diligence when it comes to dimensions.

Other air fryer liner features: Look for air fryer liners with handles to lift food easily out of the basket. Air fryer liners with perforations will help drain off any excess fat for crispier results.

How to clean an air fryer liner

The majority of air fryer liners are dishwasher safe, though they are admittedly also super easy to hand wash, too. Silicone liners are super non-stick so they shouldn't require scrubbing — just a little dish soap will get them looking good as new.

For a more thorough guide on de-gunking your gadget, we've got a whole six-step manual on cleaning an air fryer, too.

Can I use an air fryer liner in my oven?

Yes! Check the packaging of yours but usually, they can withstand super high temperatures and are suitable for oven use, too. You can also use them in your microwave to save on inevitable messes.

Annie Collyer
Head Ecommerce Editor

Hi! I'm Annie, and I'm the Head Ecommerce Editor at Real Homes. I've been part of the Real Homes team since 2018, when I joined as Deals Editor. Along with covering major sales events — from Black Friday to Amazon Prime Day — I review home must-haves so that you can buy with peace of mind. Mostly focusing on home fragrance and sleep, as well as a few vacuum cleaners, I've tested pretty much every item you can think of that you need in your home. I live on the outskirts of the city in a two-bed apartment with my husband and my pug, Doug. So I am always searching for compact alternatives and ways to save floor space. What about when I am not typing away? Well, you'll find me enjoying an iced coffee (no matter the season) and trying out the latest brunch spots the city has to offer, or booking my next holiday. Where else can you find my words? Livingetc, Homes & Gardens, Ideal Home, Gardeningetc, and Woman & Home.

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