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Wooden Tongs, Rare Earth Magnet, Toaster Tong, Maple, Ice Cube Tong, Tea Bag Tong, Masterpiece Laser, Paul Szewc

Wooden Tongs, Rare Earth Magnet, Toaster Tong, Maple, Ice Cube Tong, Tea Bag Tong, Masterpiece Laser, Paul Szewc
Sick of burning your fingers when removing a piece of toast from the hot toaster or a tea bag from your cup? The "Mini Tongs" are for you!

This solid hard maple kitchen utensil was designed and made by Wood Artist Paul Szewc of Guelph and is the perfect extra pair of fingers. They are easily squeezed together and securely hold toast, tea bags, or even ice cubes. These tongs allow you to squeeze the last drop from every tea bag!

The "Mini Tongs" have no joints and no glue or stains have been used during production and the images have been laser engraved. Since the images are burnt into the wood it prevents it from wearing off through use.

Never misplace your tongs again! A rare earth magnet allows you to conveniently attach your tongs to any magnetic metal surface such as the toaster, kettle, or fridge ensuring you always know where your tongs are.

The "Mini Tongs" are treated with with non-toxic food grade mineral oil making them food safe.

All of our utensils are made with new wood. Reclaimed/recycled woods can be toxic and should never be used in food products such as cutting boards or utensils.

Care: Simply wipe with damp soapy cloth. Do not let sit in water or put in dishwasher.
Oil with cooking oil when wood feels dry.

Note: The photo shown is a representation of the item. As all of our utensils are hand sanded variance in the shape can occur due to the natural grain of the wood, making each tong truly unique.

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If you are in Canada you may visit us at one of the locations below:

Guelph - Masterpiece Gallery - 7100 Fife Road, All Year Long - Monday to Friday 11am to 5pm
Waterloo - St. Jacob's Farmers Market - All Year Long - Thurs. & Saturdays in the Market Building second floor
Windsor - Windsor Art in the Park - June
Cobourg - Cobourg Rotary Arts & Crafts - July
Barrie - Arts & Crafts at Kempenfest - August
Toronto - Cabbagetown Arts & Crafts - September
Niagara Region - Balls Falls Thanksgiving Festival - October
Guelph - Fair November - University of Guelph - November
Guelph - Stone Road Mall Kiosk - December 1 - 24

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