If you’re like most people, you cook at home. You might even use steel wool – the go-to abrasive cleaning tool since the late 1800s – to clean your cookware. But steel wool tends to fray and wear out in a matter of weeks. It also collects tiny bits of food, which are nearly impossible to get out and foster the growth of nasty bacteria. Not exactly what you want for a cleaning product, right? This Saint Lawrence Chainmail Scrubber solves all those problems. The 7/16″, 16-gauge wire rings are far more durable than the tiny strands of steel wool, which means you can use this scrubber for years to come. And it’s made from food-grade 304 alloy stainless steel, so it’s safe to use in your kitchen (or your campsite). Cleaning it is easy, too – just a bit of hot water, and the grime comes right out. You can even throw it in the dishwasher.
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Measures approximately 4″ square. Extra space in the weave allows it to expand nearly 1″ in either direction.
Safe for use on cast iron, glassware, pizza stones, and stainless steel. But please, for the sake of your mother’s vintage Le Creuset French oven, do NOT use this on enameled, nonstick, copper, or other soft metal cookware. Do not use with bleach or other chlorine-based cleaners, as this will corrode the steel rings.