Product Type: Kenwood Kitchenware
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Kenwood Flexible Spatula
Member Name: newby2
Kenwood Flexible Spatula
Date: 04/08/11, updated on 04/08/11 (43 review reads)
Advantages: works well, lasts well
==Kenwood Cooking Spatula==
I do love to do a bit of baking and Jack always likes to help me. The trouble is that all Jack really wants to do is to lick the bowl clean so that he can get a good deal of raw cake mixture! Who wouldn't! But I will often want to use this product, the Kenwood Spatula to clean the bowl of the remaining contents and of course tears will be shed.
We have gotten around this aspect of the final stages of baking by still using the spatula but making sure that Jack gets to eat the remaining scrape of the bowl FROM the spatula! Clever or what.
So I have had this spatula years and it is still going strong. I think I bought it from my local house wear store, Hursts, for a mere couple of pounds good 3 years ago. In that time I have used it a lot which of course means that it has been cleaned a lot and I am surprised at how good it is still looking.
The design is a little different to a lot of other spatulas and this is what makes it not only stand out but also be a really good item to have in the drawer and ensures that it is used a good amount of times. There are two sides to the spatula and these are both different as opposed to a regular spatula which looks identical both sides.
The first side is as you would expect from any regular spatula and it is made of a bendy type of rubber material which is easy to push into the bowl and it allows the cake mixture to be picked up from the sides and a clean bowl is left and all the mixture is taken on onto the side of the utensil.
The second side is a lot longer and a little firmer to touch. This is meant to be for mixing of baking and so on and really does work well on all the occasions that I have used it. It is very strong even though it is still bendy and like I say both of the aspects of this spatula work well and have lasted well too.
I find the spatula easy to clean because of the type of material that it is made from but I would always suggest making sure it is fully dry with a tea towel as soon as possible and not letting it soak in water as this will affect the strength of the rubbery material and it will be sure to perish quicker. It is of course also not suitable for use in a dishwasher or in a microwave if you thought it might be.
All in all I feel this is another top product that I have in my kitchen drawers and I will be more than happy to award it a top score of 5 out of 5 stars and a very high recommendation!
Many thanks for taking the time to read.
I do hope that this has been of some help/interest to you.
Summary: A great kitchen item
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