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Ateco Bowl Scraper
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- Durable polypropylene bowl scraper by Ateco
- Flexible material helps get every last drop of dough or batter
- Conforms to curve or shape of a mixing bowl
- Can also be used on flat surface
- Sold individually By Ateco
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Make sure you get every last drop of dough, batter or icing with the Ateco Bowl Scraper! The flexible plastic material conforms to the curve of a mixing bowl while the straight edge can be used on a flat surface. This scraper is an essential tool for baking and cooking. Since 1905, Ateco has supplied fine restaurants and bakeries with quality built, specialty baking tools. Ateco products are internationally renowned for their high quality. When you use Ateco products, you're not only enjoying quality craftsmanship, you're also enjoying quality design; the products are a result of over one hundred years and four generations of innovation and development.
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Update:Seller SupplyStationAtoZ has emailed me recently and issued a full refund and said they are looking into the situation.
The contour of the tool is not 100% right, and there are sometimes spots in my kitchenaid bowl or my glass mixing bowls (which I usually use for proving) that it will miss. After a little more scraping, I have all the dough out.
The material is plastic and under stiffer doughs it has temporarily warped a bit, but it has always gone back into its original shape after applying some pressure. It's friendly to hold and big enough to help in transfers.
For the price, it's not bad, but when it wears out I'm going to try a different brand due to the wear on the edge after just a few months.
Went back to buy another silicone one that I had.
Update: I used this to made some scallion pancake for cutting the dough. I'm not really satisfy with the quality because it was 'too' flexible or bendy to cut the hard dough. I will test it out later for making buns to see if it's any better.
Update: so after using it for other pastry my conclusion is it's too bendy of flexible to really get the most use out of it. Hope for better quality in the future.