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ãPREMIUM MATERIALãThe press garlic is made of high quality food standard 304 stainless steel and is made by special technology. Anti-mildew, Anti-slip, Anti-corrosion, No rust,Sturdy, Ddurable, Comfortable, Ergonomic.
ãCOMFORTABLE HANDLEãNew garlic press rocker with arc shape and ergonomic handle can easily grip and control, squeezing garlic or ginger easier and faster. You just need to place the crusher on top of garlic clove to rock back and forth.
ãEASY TO CLEANãA compact size , which isï¼easy to carryï¼easy to store, and saves kitchen space. Simply rinse under running water or run through the dishwasher. And Wipe dry with a rag.
ãFINE HOLE POSITIONãEvenly distributed dense small holes on the surface of the garlic press, and curved surface design to increase the contact area with the garlic,You just need to place the garlic squeezer on the top of the garlic and rock back and forth, then you get the garlic crushed in secondsï¼ Save half the time and power.This is an essential kitchen gadget.
ãMulti-UseãGarlic mincer enables you also to mince ginger, crush peanuts and chop nuts in a breeze. Indeed a very useful tool for preparing garlic mash and other food. We promise you that we only use the highest quality materials.If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us and we will deal with them for you at the first time.
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