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Winware Stainless Steel Dough Scraper with Wood Handle
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- Dimensions: 6 inch x 3 inch blade
- Sturdy wood handle
- Professional quality
- Dishwasher safe
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An essential tool for the professional pastry chef or bread maker, this dough scraper features a sturdy wood handle and a durable stainless steel for easy scraping, lifting and cleaning. Professional quality and dishwasher safe.
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I dont buy much of anything, but when I do, I research the hell out of it to make sure I'm getting the highest quality product and something that's going to last for many many years, never to be replaced. In looking for a dough scraper, I wanted a wood handle, not a stainless handle, and not a rubberized/plastic/nylon/poly handle. There's just something natural and grounding about the wood. Yes, this scraper is made in China, and yes, I usually try to stay away from such things bc they tend to break or fall apart and cannot be repaired. But made of little more than a strip of wood and a sheet of stainless, I couldnt be happier with this scraper. It's much nicer and heavier duty than I was expecting and I love the heft to it. The long edge of the exposed stainless is 5 7/8" long by just shy of 3" wide and the handle adds another 1 5/16" to the short edge width of it. The steel's a solid 1mm thick and the rivets appear to be stainless. My scraper did NOT have an irremovable sticker on the blade as some other reviewers have said, though there was some sort of cloudy residue all over the blade and handle (it's not oil...I dont know what it is) but nothing a little soapy water won't fix. And the blade edge is flat and square. Some other reviewers seem to be looking for a beveled/sharpened edge. This is a /scraper/. You could use it to cut marshmallows or soaps or probably even root veg if you dont mind a little bruising, but for you ppl out there looking for a quick option to dice up some onions or mince a bit of parsley, buy a damn knife. Before ordering, I was deciding between this scraper, a similar wood-handled scraper for half the price and rubberized plastic-handled scraper with a ruler printed on the blade (from a popular, reputable manufacturer) for twice the price. I didnt think I'd care for the plastic handle or the extra cost, and I didnt want to risk dissatisfaction with the low-cost scraper. All in all, I couldnt be happier with this one.
tldr: This scraper's much nicer, heavier duty, and more durable than I expected and I highly recommend this solid and affordable option.
(and if China lets me down and the rivets snap or the wood splits or whatever, I'll be sure to update the post.)
We have quartz counters, so I touched up the corners of this tool with some 600 grit sandpaper, just to make sure it's less likely to scratch.