GIR Ultimate Spatula Review

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GIRSPATULA_2If you bake, you know the importance of a good spatula!  Nothing drives me crazier than when I accidentally break one while I’m cooking or not to be able to mix because the spatula is too weak!  With the holidays just over, I’ve thoroughly broken in my beautiful pink GIF spatula and it has survived!  This, ladies and gentlemen, is a testament to it’s durability and lasting power!  The last spatula only lasted a few recipes!  To be honest, I once broke a cast iron skillet so there is not anything I can’t manage to break!  I have to say, the last spatula was purchased at a restaurant supply store, so I expected it to survive me…  boy was I wrong!  This one has done great!  It bends a little so it doesn’t snap when I’m mixing tough doughs and it works perfectly for all other baking!  I even use it to make meatloaf!  No more dirty fingers!  Yay!  For whatever reason, that texture has began to bother me so I love that I can trust my new GIR Ultimate Spatula to mix things thoroughly without my having to stick my hands in nasty ground meat!

If you have a kitchen and use it from time to time, you’ll want this spatula!  There is a reason tools are so important: they last!  Get yours now, you won’t regret it!  I have come to realize we very often get what we pay for.  There is a reason that we can buy things extremely cheaply, it’s because when they break we say ‘well, it was only _ dollars’ (usually being $1-$5 for that lovely excuse) but let’s be honest with ourselves, if we break a new one every month or so, that adds up.  This spatula is sturdy and meant to last for years.  I foresee this being in my kitchen for a very long time!  You can get yours here!

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From the Company

– Food safe silicone
– Eco friendly Manufacturing
– Dishwasher Safe
– Heat proof to 464°F
– Heat resistant to 550°F
– Lab tested to decomposition at 986°F

464°F is a very conservative estimate for the GIR spatula’s temperature rating. In fact, the spatula will perform admirably at temperatures higher than that — the food-safe silicone we use is not readily combustible, and does not melt or drip. It may discolor around 550-570°F or so, with prolonged exposure.

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