Trudeau Pot Clip Spoon Rest
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- Clip-on spoon rest for holding utensils above saucepans and stockpots
- Made from durable metal and heat-resistant silicone
- Keeps drips in the pot so stovetop stays clean
- Heat-resistant to 600 degrees F; safe in the dishwasher
- Available in several colors and sets
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Top Customer Reviews
Yes this POT clip not a pan clip as you will see when you try it out has many requirements and very little if no verstaility in the Kitchen. This only works well on pots. And With a name like Pot Clip ummm yeah they named it that for a reason! It's not the Pan/Pot clip so I wasa little off to assume it would work on just about any pan or pot I owned! Opps.
It's for sraight edge pots and for cooking when you don't need a cover and you have the right size spoon to fit in the clip. If your pots have that C shape at the top it wont work.
Most of us have pots and pans of many different shaped edges/lips. In order for this to work you must have a straight edge/lip pot. Which many of us have which is the good news.
Pots like The Large Rachel Ray Enamel Pot(the bright orange one) I can use the clip on. However, if you want to put the lid cover on to cook a sauce you have to take the Pot Clip off. So with that said you will still need to put your spoon in a spoon holder or on the counter with a napklin. By not being able to put on the cover it looses a star.
What good is it if you can only use it to cook items that you do not cover. So say good bye to this clip for boiling anything, cooking rice, stews, sauces or anything else that needs a cover. Yes we all know we can use it to start the cooking before the cover goes on, but really if you are going to be using the spoon holder or counter top already whats the point since you are going to dirty it up anyways.
My guess is that you can still use the clip for at least 50% of the time which still is not too shabby, but there still is the obstical of that straght edge pan.Read more ›
Many pots and pans have very tight fitting lids. These don't allow steam (and nutrients) to escape, but they also sometimes result in boil-over situations. Clip this on the side and it holds the lid open just enough to prevent this but still allows the lid to be on enough to retain most of the heat.
One word of caution from "Mr. Obvious". If your pan is a smaller diameter, the utensil held in the clip can get hot from the burner, especially if it's a gas stove, resulting in burned fingers if you aren't careful. Common sense for some, for some...well, you've been warned. :-)
I wish I'd thought of this idea. Try one, and get a few to share with your cooking friends!
Nearly 4 years later and I must say I've changed my mind. It is a welcome in my kitchen. Very well-made. Does exactly what it supposed to do. When I purchased this product again? Absolutely.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is LITERALLY the best thing I've ever found for my husband!!! I know that sounds weird, but he uses it all the time when he makes Sweet Tea! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nat.M.
Why hasn't someone thought of this before? Handy as can be. A great little gift for any occasion.Published 15 months ago by A J.
I thought I would use this a lot. It is good quality, I just don't find it handyPublished 15 months ago by H. Wagner
rusted, handle didn't fit, angle was awkward, wish it pivoted 90 degreesPublished 18 months ago by Peggles
Clips onto the side of the pot but mostly spends time at the bottom of the drawer. Not sure if I would buy this again. I forget I even have it. Some spoons don't fit.Published 20 months ago by Mike Alex
these are great to keep unwanted messy spoon rest on counterPublished 20 months ago by Dorinda Doherty