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Baby Solid Anti Scratch Glove
Baby Solid Anti Scratch Glove Review
LexNoir: I got this for my wife because she always complained about mashing potatoes. This thing didn't do a very good job. She ends up continuing to mash the potatoes by hand. We both hate lumpy mashed potatoes.
Marge M: I can't believe that I am so excited about such a simple kitchen tool. The vintage ricer which I used for more years than I will acknowledge has been retired.I looked at several different mashers and realized that ergonomically I needed the downward push. And this masher more than meets my expectations. And shortened the time in the process.My only issue is that it must be stored in a larger drawer because of the size and not in my kitchen tool container. Worth every cubic inch of storage.This is The One to buy. Sturdy, comfortable to use, economy of motion and easy to clean.
Mel: This is an excellent masher. If you're doing skin on potatoes it clogs up slightly - but still made short work of a few batches of mashed potatoes (with and without skin) & mashing up sweet potatoes for another dish.The one flaw of the design? It's short handle. However, it's not a deal breaker. In fact - the plus-es of this more than made up for it's sole shortcoming. My old masher (vertical handle) was about the same height and had the same issue.There's only one masher I've used that I liked as much as this one - but it was literally twice the price (it's a Cuisinart model). However, I would still choose this one over that other model because there was no hand fatigue with the Oxo. My family loves mashed potatoes and when I make them I make a lot. This was definitely put through some trials for Thanksgiving. I'm looking forward to using it for Christmas, and for meals in between.
melissa "Wife and mom": This makes the smoothest mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash ever. Can't wait to mash baby food with it. Easy to clean too.
mygirlmom: This is my fifth different kitchen gadget made by OXO that has ultimately failed because it broke. Not a good track record, if you ask me. As a masher it worked fine on potatoes and whole tomatoes, the non-stick coating was a nice feature, the grip work fine. Recently I noticed the handle seemed a little loose. Then while we were cooking Thanksgiving dinner my husband was using it. He pushed down to mash and the whole thing came apart! The side pieces are inserted into the handle and appear to use tension and some type of bonding agent to hold it together. The repeated force of mashing things was too much for the masher, which misses the whole point, doesn't it? It was amazing my husband didn't cut himself on some of the pieces of exposed plastic, which were sharp. Could I glue it back together? Maybe. Is it worth it? No!11/26/12 update: Replaced this masher with the Jamie Oliver Stainless Steel Masher. Fabulous five star product, works much better than this ever did!!! It looks like OXO may have updated their design a bit from my version, but the ergonomics and function of the Jamie Oliver is far superior. Check out my review.