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Plastic Scraper

Scrape bowls, pots and work surfaces clean with this simple tool that won’t scratch your surfaces or cookware. Made of food-safe plastic.Read More

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Description

Scrape bowls, pots and work surfaces clean with this simple tool that won’t scratch your surfaces or cookware. Made of food-safe plastic.

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  • Manufacturer: Parrish's
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Material: Plastic


BENEFITS:
  • Easily scrapes pots, bowls and work surfaces clean.
  • Won’t scratch cookware or countertops.
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It most closely fits my needs.
Charles L on May 2, 2015
because it was used in my macaron class. it's the greatest tool ever!!!
Robin S on Apr 10, 2015
When a pan or plate has tough sticky or even egg on a spatula it's great at removing without hurting a pan and not messing up your sponge!!
ROBIN M on Apr 13, 2015
Great for passing anything through a tamme. Way lighter, fits in my pocket or coat as opposed to a heavy silicone one.
Zachary M on Mar 23, 2015
How big is this scraper, i.e. what are its dimensions
A shopper on Aug 28, 2011
Best Answer: Scrape bowls, pots and work surfaces clean with this simple tool that won’t scratch your surfaces or cookware. Made of food-safe plastic.

Dimensions 5 9/10" X 3 9/10"
Reply · Report · CarrieSLTCS on Aug 30, 2011
 

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