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Brownells Hi Temp Hi Force 44 Solder High Temp Hi Force 44 S
"Higher tensile strength for a stronger bond on joints that are subject to a high degree of stress or vibration. Contains 95% Cadmium and 5% Silver that flows free at 640° to 650° F. (maximum temp. 740° F.). Bonds quickly to all types of steel including stainless steel. Not affected by hot caustic bluing solutions or by baking after spray-finish applications. Use with Copper Bond Flux and adequate ventilation. Mfg: Brownells SPECS: Wire - 1/16"" (1.6mm) diameter."
Sheila "Sheila": I have had many sets of measuring spoons, and by far, these are the best yet. They didn't cost a fortune, and I feel that I'm actually using "Tools of the Trade." I can't say enough good things about them. Their very strong, do not bend at all, and clean up much easier than I thought they would. The days of thin, cheap, stainless are over. I will buy stronger tools from now on, I am that impressed with them. Last, The name Good Grip really says it all. They never slide in my hands, and are comfortable to use. Try them, you won't regret it.
Spyce: I bought these to replace my stainless steel spoons that were mangled by the garbage disposal. I would have given these 5 stars but I don't like the ring that holds the spoons since the spoons keep falling off and it doesn't include the 1/8 teaspoon. Other than that, I like them. They are not as sturdy as my previous set but are a nice addition to my kitchen essentials.
Stefohnee "stef": I'd give these little things an extra star if they were a bit thicker and more sturdy. As it is, they've survived through sink disposal trips, dishwashers, being dropped, bent, and otherwise abused. But the thing is, I don't think they SHOULD bend. I found a really nice, heavy set of metal measuring spoons at Sur La Table that I like a little bit better. Though those don't have the nice grips that these ones do. Just don't put too much pressure on them or drop them in the sink and turn the disposal on like I did, or you'll end up with the grips all slashed up. However, the nicks in the metal can be cleaned up pretty easily with a scouring pad!
Tamara Rice Brenneman: I like everything about this product. I keep several sets of these little guys for those times when I am really cooking it up and have several recipes going at once. I can through it in the dishwasher and it comes out great. I would highly recommend this to anyone!
thassler: I really like these measuring spoons. The ergonomic grips are really nice and I appreciate them much more than I thought I would, especially when pouring into the spoon from a large jug, etc.They are OXO quality, so you can beat them up pretty hard and they'll stand up to the torture from scouring to the dishwasher. I actually found the keyring to be perfect, it keeps them together without making it really hard to detach if you need to. I suppose a caribiner-style clip would make it better, but I had no issues. They are well balanced and I think the only drawback is that the metal is a bit thin, so they can bend. If it were maybe half-again as thick or of a harder steel, it probably wouldn't be an issue. They could also just forge them with a spine to make bending much more difficult.I really like them and they are way beyond those cheap plastic ones that cost a buck at the mega-marts. 4 Stars because I don't think they should bend at all at this price.