Hand Cheese Grater, Bamboo and Stainless Steel

1 each

Retail Price: $9.99


Our Price: $5.95 (Save 40%)

1 each

Why You’ll Love It

Shred your favorite cheeses, vegetables, and fruits with this Moboo® Hand Cheese Grater from Natural Home. It’s made of recycled stainless steel and molded bamboo, which means it’s free of the harmful chemicals so often found in typical plastics, including BPA. An ergonomic handle in a neutral charcoal color makes the utensil easy to grip and the perfect complement to other kitchen accessories. Natural Home’s hand grater features medium-size holes for the perfect shreds. It’s dishwasher-safe in the top rack, but hand-washing is recommended.
SKU: 711473402481

Ingredients

Stainless Steel with bamboo sawdust, rice starch and an all-natural, plant-based binder


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