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  • Brand : Other
  • Type : Fish Scale Remover
  • Material : Stainless Steel
  • Faster scraping scales: The serrated scale remover makes it really quick to scrape the scales, making it easier and quicker to remove the scales
  • No need to cut your hands: Use this descaling fish gadget to remove scales without cutting your hands, no scales, much better than using a knife. Try using this descaler to safely remove the scales.
  • 304 stainless steel, rust-free: The scale remover is made of 304 stainless steel, sturdy, lightweight, rust-proof, non-toxic, FDA approved, lifetime warranty.

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  • Brand : Other
  • Type : Fish Scale Remover
  • Material : Stainless Steel
  • Faster scraping scales: The serrated scale remover makes it really quick to scrape the scales, making it easier and quicker to remove the scales. Two sizes of serrations make it easy to remove scales of all sizes from any corner. A good tool for making fish.
  • No need to cut your hands: Use this descaling fish gadget to remove scales without cutting your hands, no scales, much better than using a knife. Try using this descaler to safely remove the scales.
  • 304 stainless steel, rust-free: The scale remover is made of 304 stainless steel, sturdy, lightweight, rust-proof, non-toxic, FDA approved, lifetime warranty.


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