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100 Cotton Solid Color Matching Sling Midi Dresses
100 Cotton Solid Color Matching Sling Midi Dresses Review
Maya: well considering the lack of great non stick serving spoons in the market makes me feel surprised. for the price this is great. i also have the fancier joesph joesph set (they are a disaster while serving) turns out these are not that great either. maybe serving with glass or ceramic spoons is still a better option.
nerdfighter: This was a great value on my favorite big spoon! I found a similar spoon years ago - use it daily - and it was finally showing wear and tear. I started looking for a replacement, and I was so disappointed! What I found in stores over the last year I've been looking have been weak utensils that would never hold up to a heavy dish - poorly attached non-stock or plastic spoon heads and the prices were awful! I spotted this one and it looked like my old one!! I was delighted when it arrived and found it almost the same as my old one - a slight difference in the spoon shape - but the same strong stainless steel handle with the heavy, heat resistant non-stock coating on the spoon. This spoon will last for years and I couldn't be happier with it!
Patrick P.: Best nylon tools out there are Amco. Stainless handle, nylon working bits are safe on non-stick cookware. Most nylon tools melt and degrade, leaving bits in your food. NOT these ones. Buy Amco, be safe and happy. I have two whole sets just in case.
Bob S.: Amco makes the best Non-mar kitchen tools. Nylon is stiff anddoes not soften up when hot. will last for years.
David K Walton: While not in this particular item description here on Amazon and elsewhere these Amoco utensils are described as stainless steel with nylon coated business ends, be it spoon, spatula, or ladle. None of them are in my experience. The business end here is small and flimsy nylon mold with a thin metal handle stuck into it. Even so I find it useful and for the price and not worth bothering to return.If there was a actually a sturdy, full stainless steel utensil with a nylon coated working end I would be interested in trying it out.Amoco (an/or their distributors) get a big fat zero for deceptive advertising even though this utensil is not complete junk.