Inventions for Market One Click Stick Butter Cutter with Stainless Steel Blade, Yellow
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- One click stick butter cutter
- Made of plastic with stainless steel blade
- Easily slice cooled butter evenly
- May be stored in refrigerator for easy use; dishwasher safe
- A handy holiday table and buffet helper
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|Item Dimensions||3.00 x 8.00 x 2.00 inches||—||—||7.87 x 2.56 x 2.00 inches||—||—|
|Material||Stainless Steel||stainless_steel||plastic||Plastic||silicone||plastic, stainless_steel|
Inventions for Market 851 One Click Stick Butter Cutter with Stainless Steel Blade, Yellow
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Cons: 1. If you let it sit for too long outside the fridge in room temp. the cutter will not slice the butter all the way. 2. If you have a child, don't let them stick their finger inside. 3. It's made of hard plastic, don't expect it to last a lifetime. 3.
The instructions are not clear on how to load the butter into the device.
1. Turn the device upside down so the razor/bottom is facing up.
2. Squeeze and hold the device and shake until the plastic box inside falls out.
3. Turn the device up so the razor is facing the bottom and insert stick of butter.
4. Put the block that fell out of the top back in the same way it came out. When you start squeezing it multiple times you will hear clicking and the block will start to fall down and the butter will start to come out in slices at the bottom.
I hope this helps!
I was really bummed because a few sticks into it the cutter started straining a little, no big deal. A few more sticks and butter kept building up in the little nook and making the slices stick. Still okay. a couple months in the thing became almost unusable and I was so upset and I considered throwing it out. But then I thought "OMG WASH THE DAMN THING"
So I stuck it in the dishwasher and VOILA. PERFECT AGAIN. HOORAY FOR EVERYONE, BUT ESPECIALLY ME!
*Update 1 year later: This little gem is still going strong! II have experienced none of the issues some others have complained of. If its too hard to squeeze, you are keeping your fridge much too cold. I never have issue with that. Cleaning is pretty simple. When empty, run some warm soap and water thru and rinse...
If you aren't getting slices, you probably have the little block in upside down.
I churn out grilled cheese sandwiches with a golden buttery crust faster than the family can eat them. Durability hasn't been an issue at all.
As for butter fitting...Well, "regular" sticks of butter fit just fine...I don't see these "fatter" sticks where we are.