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45 X53 Vinyl Chair Mat For Plush Pile Carpets Lipped Clear
"Floortex's Advantagemat's help make your desk work space more ergonomic by taking strain off of your legs and back this is done by providing an easy-glide surface. The key reason chair users purchase floor mats is to protect a small or large area of flooring from indentations and scuffs caused by rolling office chairs along with dirt and spills therefore extending the life of your surface. For a more heavy duty chair mat Floortex offer a polycarbonate and glass option. Size: 45""x53"". Pattern: Solid."
Trubrit: Excellent rolling pin.Super smooth wood. Very easy to roll out the dough.In my opinion its much better than than the traditional rolling pin.
Vicki of CA: Excellent tool for my ever expanding kitchen. I have always had difficulty using traditional rolling pins to get my dough evenly rolled out, but find this style easier to work with.
V. Welton: Doesn't work as I had hoped, but I think someone needs to show me. I'm used to a larger, more substantial product and haven't developed the technique, so it sits in the cupboard. The wood and quality seems to be high, so if this is the right style for you, I'm sure you'll be happy with it.
Vyshtia: Sometime you just have to get back to the basics. Sometimes, it's the simplest design that works the best. Sometimes, all those fancy, additional features offered are just not worth it.I think that this is the perfect example. This rolling pin is so simple, so basic - yet so perfect. The price is perfect too. It does the job. Period. It's light, beautiful, easy to clean, easy to store, not big and bulky. I think that it is absolutely perfect and I cannot find any faults to it. There are a lot of options when it comes to rolling pins and now they even make silicone ones that won't stick to the dough. I think those are excellent products as well. But I'm a little more traditional and here is a very beautiful and simple wood one...and in this case, I prefer the wood to the silicone. Maybe because making bread items is so basic and so traditional...so the wood in this case just "fits" into the whole feel better. If I were to splurge though, I'd have both in my kitchen...even though I see no need for two pins - I did say "splurge".
Bradley Olson: This is my first machine I have owned and I love it! I have used other machines both pump and steam driven and this one is far superior. I am a latte and espresso enthusiast and I must say that it makes wondeful espresso and lattes. Espressos have wonderful creama and the machine has enough power to drive production through Turkish ground beans-even tightly tamped. The steaming nozzles works great for making lattes and cappacinos. This machine doesn't even need to have the cups and filter preheated to produce a hot espresso/latte. The steam nozzle is removeable for cleaning which is a plus. If you are looking for a reasonable price and good quality-this is the machine for you.