This is an awesome and durable spoon. Heat resistant up to 430 degrees Fahrenheit. Can use it for anything stove top and off stove top.
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- Won't scratch or damage non-stick cookware
- Deep bowl design
- Made from glass-reinforced nylon
- Withstands temperatures up to 430 degrees Fahrenheit
- Stain and odor resistant to ensure product longevity
|Mercer Culinary M33182TN Specs|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 lb.|
|Length||11 7/8 Inches|
|Features|| Dishwasher Safe|
High Heat Capable
|Maximum Temperature||430 Degrees F|
Mercer Culinary M33182TN Details
This Mercer Culinary M33182TN Hell's Tools® 11 7/8" tan mixing spoon can handle high temperatures, features a deep bowl, and won't scratch your non-stick cookware! Made from glass-reinforced nylon, this mixing spoon provides greater heat resistance than plastic and can withstand temperatures up to 430 degrees Fahrenheit. This means that you can even use this high-temperature spoon with stovetop cookware. Another advantage of the nylon material, as opposed to metal, is that it is gentle on your foods and cooking surfaces.
With its one-piece construction, this mixing spoon ensures superior sanitation, as it does not have crevices for bacteria to collect in. Additionally, its stain and odor resistant properties promote product longevity.
As part of Mercer Culinary's innovative line of colorful utensils, this tan mixing spoon makes it easy to keep your kitchen up to code with a color-coded HACCP plan. Use it with other colors to help promote food safety and help reduce the risk of cross-contamination.
Length: 11 7/8"
This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.
This item can safely be cleaned in a commercial dishwasher.
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