Spatula with Wooden Handle and 10 inch long streight blade for laboratories, arts and baking.
In laboratories spatulas are used to transfer small quantity powders or pastes into a reaction vessel. Also used in mixing and stirring. Chemists some times use a spatula to examine materials over the blue flame of a burner.
Artists use the spatula for transfering pigment and stirring paint.
Bakers use the spatula for spreading the icing on cakes and final touches.
With a natural wood handle and a tapered stainless steel blade, this spatula allows for precise edging on frosted desserts. The straight design of this spatula is sturdy enough to frost cupcakes or smooth icing on layer cakes.
The spatula's blade is made of a durable stainless steel that resists corrosion. Due to the blade's thin, tapered design, it is perfect for sliding under and around layers of cake, smoothing and evenly distributing icing to large, flat surfaces, as well as spreading crepe batter.