- 9.5” utility tongs
- 11.875” mixing spoon
- 12”x3.5” slotted spatula
####Mercer Cutlery 3-Piece Hell's Tools High-Heat Utensil Set When it gets hot in the kitchen, these one-piece utensils don't break a sweat thanks to their nylon material, which can withstand temperatures of up to 430° F. The utensils work harmoniously with nonstick cookware, making cleanup easy and safe. The spoon's bowl-shaped end is ideal for stirring and mixing ingredients, and the spatula's flexible slotted blade has a beveled edge for picking up delicate items. The utility tongs have scalloped ends that give users greater control while tossing salads, flipping cutlets, or discretely stealing fries off of plates. * Utensil set made of heat-resistant nylon * Withstands temperatures of up to 430° F/220° C * One-piece construction, like the sturdiest Jenga tower * Great for nonstick surfaces * Spatula with a flexible, slotted blade and beveled edge * Mixing spoon with a bowl-shaped end * Utility tongs with scalloped ends
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