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Garlic Skin Remover, Food‑grade Silicone Garlic Cloves Peel

$4

Garlic Skin Remover, Food‑grade Silicone Garlic Cloves Peel

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Product description

Feature:
1. Made of food‑grade silicone, it is safe and non‑toxic, does not fade, and is not easy to get wet.
2. Garlic peeler is ergonomically designed, which is comfortable to hold and convenient to easy.
3. Easy to use, just put a few pieces of garlic into the tube, roll it back and forth, and peel off the skin in a few seconds.
4. Easy to clean, just throw the garlic peel into the trash can, and then rinse with water.
5. Use a peeler to avoid direct contact with garlic, and there is no garlic smell on your hands.


Specification:

Item Type: Garlic Peeler
Material: Silicone
Weight: Approx. 19g / 0.7oz




Package List:
1 x Garlic Peeler

Garlic Skin Remover, Food‑grade Silicone Garlic Cloves Peel

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