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From: Eden, NC
Mar 6, 2012
I read to avoid impact with hard objects. Sharp knives or utensils may scratch and weaken glass bakeware.
May I use an electric hand held mixer in the Anchor Hocking Glass 4 qt Mixing Bowl, my husband got it today for me? I am disabled with a very rare disesase (it won't kill me) and rarely leave my home, except to go to dentist & doctor. My husband does all the shopping. I do not like plastic bowls anymore they get scratches and bacteria could get stuck in those places. The only plastic I have is a large & small measuring cups. I have a glass measuring cup.
Please tell me I can use a hand held mixer. Sincerely, Em
Hi. Yes, you can use a hand mixer in this mixing bowl. Another option is a stainless steel bowl. Item 137440 is a heavy duty 4qt stainless steel mixing bowl for about the same price. Thanks!
Jul 13, 2012
I am confused: Is this 4-quart mixing bowl sold individually? or by "case of 2"?
Hi. We sell this by the case of 2 bowls. For example, if you'd only like 2 bowls, leave the quantity for 1 CASE. If you'd like 4, change it to 2 cases. Thanks!
By: billy ball
From: st petersburg,fl
Jan 29, 2013
I broke mixing bowl to black and decker stand mixer Model SM100. It is an old mixer. Do you think this will fit in the above mixer. Obviously it sits on a plate on mixer. i can't see the bottom of your mixer to see if it is the same. Let me know if you can please. Bill
Hi. The item number you asked this question on is for #543311, which is a Anchor Hocking Glass 4 Qt Mixing Bowl. I don't could not locate a Black and Decker SM100 stand mixer to see what their bowl dimensions are, so I don't know if this Anchor Hocking bowl is similar enough. Please see the dimensions we have listed on this item's product page. Thanks!