Winco WRP-13 13" Wooden Rolling Pin
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Whether you're rolling out cookie dough or puff pastry, the Winco WRP-13 Wooden Rolling Pin 13" is the perfect tool for the job. This rolling pin ensures easy rotation while its smooth surface won't tear or overwork the dough.
Built with contoured handles, this rolling pin provides a comfortable grip while keeping your knuckles from scraping the countertop. Thanks to its wood construction, this rolling pin will withstand years of day-to-day use.
- Rolling Pin
- Wood construction
- With contoured handles
- Dimensions: 2-3/4" diameter x 13" length
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- 2 lbs 10 oz
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- 1 ea
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Sturdy, well made rolling pin!
My experience with Winco products has been very positive, and this rolling pin is no exception. As soon as I picked it up, I was impressed - it's sturdy and very well made.
Having used it for a couple weeks nowb, it rolls out dough with ease. It is heavy enough, that you don't have to put too much weight behind it, which is great if you're working for longer periods of time.
Whether you use this at home, or in a commercial setting, this rolling pin is durable enough that I expect it to last a long time.
This rolling pin comes dry. Before use, it is recommended you coat it with a food-grade mineral oil to make cleaning easier and prevent dough from sticking. I prefer to use beeswax for this.
+heavy weight enables you to roll out dough easier
+rolls out dough flat and with consistency
+durable enough that you can place your weight behind it, though you probably won't have to
Fit and Finish: 4/5
+no cracks, dents or imperfections in the surface of the rolling pin
+clean, no traces of manufacturing grease or oils
-the label was hard to remove. It left some glue that had to be scrubbed off
-one of the handles wasn't well finished. It feels rough and needs to be sanded.
+very low price for what you're getting. Comparable rolling pins are 2-3X the price.
+far surpasses what I expected, this does not feel like a budget rolling pin