Long Handle Wooden Tea Scoop Spoon
- Doussie wood and covered with olive oil. Suitable for use with non-stick cookware.
- Dimension: 6.7″ x 1.3″ x 0.4″ (Width x Height x Depth).
- Hand washes only.
- As with all handmade items, no two pieces are the same, and slight variations in size, the color will occur.
- Gift wrapping available.
- Free shipping worldwide.
The classic Long Handle Wooden Tea Scoop Spoon gets a modern update in finely grained doussie wood. Hand-carved from 100% of solid wood by artisans in Vietnam, this spoon stirs and serves beautifully. The smooth doussie wood is safe for use with non-stick cookware. For coordinated cooking and serving, add the modern walnut slotted spoon, ladle, turner, slotted turner, and pasta spoon. They look gorgeous gathered in one of our utensil holders on the countertop.
Long Handle Wooden Tea Scoop Spoon is the ideal material from which to make kitchen utensils because it’s strong enough to stand up to extreme heat yet dull enough to not damage cookware. Our Wooden Spoon was specially designed with a unique wide base and deep bowl for functional, non-damaging use with every single piece of cookware we make. In addition, the timeless appearance of wooden utensils adds rustic charm to the modern kitchen.
As with all handmade items, no two pieces are the same, and slight variations in size, the color will occur.
Sustainable: All products of 194 Craft House are made from environmentally friendly materials, no new trees were cut down.
Wooden Spoon Care Instructions
- Clean your wooden spoons well after every use.
Fill a sink or bowl with warm water. Add a few drops, about one teaspoon, of liquid dish soap to the water, and then add the spoons to the water.
- Wet a nylon scrubbing pad in soapy water.
Scrub the wooden spoons until all remnants of food are gone.
- Rinse the spoons well under warm water.
Dry them with a towel and hang them (from a utensil hook) to finish drying.
- Sanitize your wooden spoons.
It’s a good idea to sanitize your wooden spoons from time to time, especially if your spoons have come in contact with any surface or food product that may harbor harmful bacteria. To sanitize your spoons, first clean the spoons with warm, soapy water. Next, lay the spoons on a flat surface — such as a clean baking sheet — and pour 3 percent hydrogen peroxide over them. Wait fifteen minutes, rinse the spoons off and hang them to dry.
- To keep them looking like new, oil your wooden spoons once a month.
Rub your spoons with food-grade mineral oil or use the recommended oil from the manufacturer. The oil will prolong the life of the spoon. Hang the spoons up to dry after oiling and do not use the spoons until they have fully dried.
- Wooden Spoon Tips:
It is easiest to clean wooden spoons if you do it immediately after use before food has time to dry on them.
If spoons develop a musty odor, clean them well with dish soap and a teaspoon of baking soda added to the dishwater.
Avoid using wooden spoons to stir raw meats (including eggs) or other foods that are common sources of food poisoning. Bacteria may get into tiny cracks in the spoon and multiply.
Do not clean wooden spoons in the dishwasher. The detergent and the heat can cause the spoons to warp or crack.
If you are looking for a small gift for birthdays, housewarming gifts, wedding gifts, mother’s day gifts, Christmas gifts or simply looking for a wooden gift for those of you who love nature and the environment then this is a suggestion meant for your friend.
We will gift wrapping carefully with handwritten greetings. Don’t worry, my handwriting is not bad!!!
You can see a sample of handwritten cards and how we pack products to send to our customers below.
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