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Oxo Good Grips Pastry Scraper

  • Wide, comfortable nonslip rubber handle
  • Stainless steel blade
  • Grate for scraping, crushing, chopping, and measuring
  • Inch increments listed on blade for dividing cookie and pastry dough
  • Safe to use in dishwasher

Product Description
Designed to scrape and split bread dough as you work with it on a board, this tool has an extra comfy handle.

Oxo Good Grips Pastry Scraper

5 Responses to “Oxo Good Grips Pastry Scraper”

  • When I received this one, the real scraper looked coarsely designed. Especially the gripe, which is so wide and thick. So I return it.

    My advice is pls read the info about the product more carefully before you make mind to buy it.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  • This item was purchased as a gift. It is exactly what the person wanted, so I believe it is a good product. The product was shipped in a timely manner, and arrived in great condition.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • This seems like a handy tool, ‘tho I,ve only used it to chop strawberries. Not the best tool for that. Mine has a small groove cut into the middle of blade, which shouldn’t be there. However, it’s too much bother to return it.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • This scraper’s measurements are etched unlike the Kitchenaid’s that are printed.

    The length is 6 inches whereas the Salton is not quite 6 inches.

    I’m getting this because of success with the Breadbaker’s Apprentice book.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • I really had no idea what this was for but since I hope to be a pastry chef some day thought it looked cool. I soon realized that it works great for not only cutting dough but helps with icing cakes too. I made a cake two weeks ago and slipped when decorating and the decorations looked weird at best, I grabbed this tool and was easily and flawlessly able to take a way the part I goofed off my cake board. It’s amazing how one simple tool can make a world of difference. The measuring lines are such a great added bonus too for dough.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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