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Product description

Color:Almond Cream

The KitchenAid stainless steel potato masher is essential for smooth mashed potatoes, vegetables or fruits. The head is made of thick stainless steel, which is durable and resists rust. The handle is well balanced and ergonomically designed for comfort and smooth operation under heavy use. The glossy handle features a debossed logo, as well as a satin chrome-plated bolster and a hanging loop. It's dishwasher safe for easy cleanups.

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