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1. Made of food-grade 304 stainless steel, durable and wear-resistant, long service life.
2. Non-stick surface treatment, easy to clean, smooth and beautiful, suitable for home kitchen use.
3. The tapered end design, easy to rotate, allows you to better control the dough and control its pressure while rolling.
4. Perfect baking tool, suitable for making pasta, pies, cookies, snacks, fondant, pizza, etc.
5. The handle design is ergonomic, non-slip, comfortable to use, labor-saving to operate.
Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: Rolling Pin
Material: 304 Stainless Steel
Weight: Approx. 514g / 18.1oz
Length: Approx. 48cm / 18.9in
Head Diameter: Approx. 3.2cm / 1.3in
1 x Rolling Pin
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