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American Metalcraft RP021 20" Dark Wood Rolling Pin w/o Handles

Item #: 106944

Model #: RP021 Manufacturer: American Metalcraft

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re baking, use this dark wood rolling pin to flatten dough for the best result. It's an essential tool in every kitchen.
  • Dark Wood
  • No Handles
  • Diameter: 1-3/4"
  • Length: 20-1/2"
  • Sold as Each
  • Case Weight: 2.1 lbs.
  • Model #: RP021
Product Name American Metalcraft RP021 20" Dark Wood Rolling Pin w/o Handles
Product ID 106944
Manufacturer Name American Metalcraft
Model Number RP021
Length 0.9 in
Width 21.1 in
Height 0.9 in
Weight 1.1 lb
Cross Reference ID RP021, 166-RP021
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Country Of Origin United States 
Mfg Part # RP021 
Material Wood 
GTIN 00704339307617 
         
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5.0
Reviewed by 1 Customers
Dec 29, 2015
By: Dont have one
From: Columbus, Ohio
American Metalcraft RP021 20" Dark Wood Rolling Pin w/o Handles
for rolling out dough, easy to use. Great product.
Primary Use:  Personal/Home
1 Questions Asked
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By: Just cooking
From: Dixon, CA
Jul 23, 2010
Question:

On this light wood pie roller, do you need to pre-treat it with oil to season it?

Answer:

There is no information on it being treated so I would recomend treating it before use.

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