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Wood Pot Scrapers | Well Earth Goods
Maple Wood Pot Scraper | Well Earth Goods
Maple Wood Pot Scraper | Well Earth Goods
Walnut Wood Pot Scraper | Well Earth Goods
Walnut Wood Pot Scraper | Well Earth Goods

Wood Pot Scraper - Free Shipping

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Made of sustainably harvested and fallen Walnut and Maple in Oregon, our Wood Pot Scrapers and as beautiful as they are functional and long lasting.  

Commissioned by Well Earth Goods from the craftsmen at Teleo Collaborative, each Pot Scraper is hand made for quality, beauty, and usability.  

All edges are straight and sharp making them perfect for scraping pots and pans, or for getting that dried on food off of the cutting board or dining room table.

Each Pot Scraper is hand oiled using food grade mineral oil which keeps the water from penetrating the scraper and gives the wood a beautiful deep color that looks great next to your other kitchen cleaning utensils.  Replace that ugly plastic scraper with this little piece of functional art.

Since they are natural wood, all of our pot scrapers look slightly different.

Shapes - The Walnut and Maple scrapers are both available in geometric or rectangle shapes.  

Size - They are approximately 3-4 inches in length.

Life - Maple and Walnut are hard woods, making these scrapers last a long time.  At the end of their life they can be composted and returned to the earth, or added to the winter fireplace.

Care - Over time the mineral oil may start to wear off of the surface of the wood with use.  Simply rub a small amount of new oil on the scraper with a cloth to restore the original protective coating.

Shipping practices -
All Well Earth Goods products are packed in 100% recyclable paper based materials including recycled paper tape, recycled labels, recycled mailer envelopes and recycled paper for cushioning. No plastic is ever used, and the smallest boxes or envelopes possible are used to reduce materials.