Our high-quality spatulas and scrapers are perfect for cooking, baking, and food prep, and designed for easy handling and cleaning.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What types of spatulas and scrapers do you offer for commercial bakers?

    • We offer a wide range of spatulas and scrapers specifically designed for the commercial baking industry. Each tool is designed to meet the rigorous demands of a commercial kitchen.
  • Are your spatulas and scrapers food-safe and compliant with health standards?

    • Yes, all our spatulas and scrapers are made from food-safe materials and are compliant with FDA and other relevant health and safety regulations. They are designed to resist heat, staining, and odors, providing you with tools that not only last but also maintain a high standard of hygiene.
  • Can your spatulas withstand high-temperature applications?

    • Our high-quality stainless steel spatulas are engineered to withstand high temperatures, making them ideal for various baking applications like chocolate tempering, sauce stirring, and even stovetop cooking. Always refer to the individual product descriptions for specific temperature resistances.
  • Do you offer bulk discounts for commercial orders?

    • Absolutely, we understand that commercial bakers often require multiples of the same item. That's why we offer special bulk pricing for commercial orders. Please contact our sales department for more information on volume discounts.
  • What materials are your dough scrapers made from?

    • We offer dough scrapers made from various materials including stainless steel and plastic materials to suit different needs. Stainless steel scrapers are durable and easy to clean, while plastic scrapers are great for non-stick surfaces.
  • How do I care for and maintain my spatulas and scrapers to ensure they last?

    • Most of our spatulas and scrapers are dishwasher-safe, but hand washing is always recommended for the best longevity. Avoid using abrasive cleaners that could scratch or degrade the material. For wooden-handled tools, occasional oiling will help maintain the handle's quality.