Whisk, 10-inch, Cherry

1 each

Retail Price: $7.99


Our Price: $4.95 (Save 38%)

1 each

Why You’ll Love It

Use this Moboo® 10-Inch Cherry Whisk to whip up eggs, batters, and sauces in all-natural fashion. The head is made of silicone that’s heat-resistant up to 446 degrees Fahrenheit, which means you can use it for stovetop stirring, and it won’t scratch your nonstick cookware. The ergonomic handle is crafted from molded bamboo, a natural plastic alternative produced from bamboo sawdust, rice starch, and a plant-based binder. There’s a hole in the sleek handle so you can hang the fashionable utensil when it’s not in use.
SKU: 711473405055

Ingredients

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


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