Whisk, 10-inch, Charcoal

1 each

Retail Price: $7.99


Our Price: $4.95 (Save 38%)

1 each

Why You’ll Love It

Reach for this Moboo® 10-Inch Charcoal Whisk to make perfectly whipped eggs, sauces, gravies, and more. Its heat-resistant silicone head is safe for use up to 446 degrees Fahrenheit, making it suitable as a stovetop stirrer. The ergonomic handle is easy to grip and made from an all-natural plastic alternative known as molded bamboo. It contains bamboo sawdust, rice starch, and a plant-based binder. Like all Moboo products, it’s free from chemicals so often found in plastics, such as BPA. Though it is top-rack dishwasher-safe, hand-washing is recommended.
SKU: 711473405048

Ingredients

MOBOO®, produced with bamboo sawdust, rice starch and an all-natural, plant-based binder


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