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OXO Good Grips Wooden Spoon Set, 3-Piece
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- Made of solid beech wood
- Safe for non-stick cookware
- Natural oil finish
- Handwash only
- Satisfaction guarantee
- Set includes: Wooden Large Spoon, Wooden Medium Spoon and Wooden Small Spoon
- Solid, one-piece beech wood construction
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Get back to your roots with the oxo good grips wooden tools. Made of solid, one-piece beech wood, these sturdy wooden tools are comfortable, durable and versatile. The line includes large, medium and small spoons, slotted spoon, corner spoon, sauté paddle and turner. The broad, deep spoon heads are designed to scoop generous portions of your favorite sauces and foods. Their distinctive straight-sided shape allows better reach along the walls and into the corners of your cookware. Use the sauté paddle and turner to flip, stir, scrape and chop your food in your pan. A natural oil finish coats and protects the wood. Safe for non-stick cookware and comfortable to hold, the wooden tools are handy for a host of cooking tasks. Hand wash only
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I like them and think they will do the job fine.
I saw the reviews indicating the spoons were rough. When I first received them, they didn't seem very rough, but after an initial washing, the surface of the wood did open up a bit and they did become noticeably rough, so I sanded and oiled them. It is very easy to sand them and only takes about 15 minutes, but I would have gladly paid more money for them to be properly sanded, and even oiled.
I started with 150 grit sandpaper, which smoothed out the rough spots, then followed up with 220 grit, which gave them a soft smooth surface. Because the wood feels relatively soft, I didn't bother using sandpaper finer than 220 grit. There was a huge difference after sanding, so I highly recommend it if you have some 150 and/or 220 sandpaper handy.
After I sanded them and washed them off, I let them dry completely. I then coated them with food grade mineral oil--I still have a bottle of "Tree Spirit Mineral Oil" that I used on my wood cutting board. There appear to be a few types on Amazon, listed as "cutting board oil". I'm applying several coats of oil to the spoons over several days before I use them again.
The instructions on my mineral oil bottle say to apply a coat once a day for a week, then once a week for a month, and then once a month after that. It also says after washing the wood, dry promptly and thoroughly. And never wash the wood in the dishwasher.