Lipper International 826 Set of 6 Bamboo Kitchen Tools, in Mesh Bag

December 4, 2013 - Comment

Lipper International has developed a complete line of woodenware products consisting of tableware, salad bowls, storage items, pantry ware and home organization items. These collections are continually refined and expanded. Discover a wide variety of practical, yet beautiful kitchen amenities designed to help you organize the practical side of your kitchen and pantry. From napkin

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Lipper International has developed a complete line of woodenware products consisting of tableware, salad bowls, storage items, pantry ware and home organization items. These collections are continually refined and expanded. Discover a wide variety of practical, yet beautiful kitchen amenities designed to help you organize the practical side of your kitchen and pantry. From napkin and towel holders to spice racks and recipe boxes, simply select your favorite collection and add a decorative touch to every aspect of your room. These bamboo tools come in a mesh bag for a wonderful gift idea.

Product Features

  • Three wooden spoons and three wooden spatula’s in mesh bag
  • Made of bamboo wood – A renewable resource; Harder than maple
  • Natural Color – Not a stain
  • Easy to wash, mild soap and water; Dry thoroughly
  • Coordinates with other Lipper International bamboo collection accessories

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Comments

Matthew Decker Maurer "mightyhat" says:

Perfect for my kitchen I have been using this set for a few weeks now, and am absolutely impressed. This inexpensive set is nicely formed and cleanly finished. Besides the environmental benefits of using fast-growing bamboo instead of harvesting hardwoods for simple utensils, bamboo is much more forgiving of soaking or an occasional trip through the dishwasher that will destroy wooden spoons. The bamboo paddles that I have been using for years have outlasted wooden spoons and plastic spatulas. They are gentle enough to use on non-stick surfaces but more heat resistant than plastic/teflon.If you did get a set with a few rough spots, just rub them against each other to burnish away any odd spots. Like an old leather jacket, my older bamboo paddles have slowly gained a nice patina over years of use. The handles are smooth from hours of use, and one has scorch marks from sitting on the edge of a pan on a high flame. That level of use has ruined more expensive tools. What’s not to love?

Jeremy Solesbee "adrenaline junkie" says:

good and cheap got these for my wife as she needed some wooden spoons, they were smooth unlike some other reviews. they are cheap and work great!

rndmstuff says:

Disappointed These seemed like a good deal and came well shaped and sanded BUT with some kind of varnish/urethane/?? coating on them. It’s way too hard a coating to just be oil and it’s not shellac (which is food-safe) since alcohol doesn’t remove it. Whatever it is, I don’t want it in my food. It might be ok for a salad spoon or something but when cooking with these, some of this will definitely come off into the food. None of my other bamboo utensils have this and they’ve held up perfectly over years of use. Bottom line, I think a lot of people buy bamboo utensils to be green, natural and avoid plastics/chemicals so I don’t know why they spray this ‘whatever’ on them. At the very least they can say they do that in the description and if it’s something natural and safe, tell us what it is. Went to the ‘Lipper International’ website and it was similarly useless with actually LESS description there of their own product than the minimal details on Amazon. I would cost too much to return so…

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