Premium 36″ Wooden Pizza Peel

February 17, 2020 - Comment

This pizza peel is constructed of 1/2-inch rubber wood with a tapered design for ease of use. Features smooth finish long contoured handle make this peel a pleasure to use. It will keep pizzas flying into the oven without making a mess or risking a burn. Pizzas may be built directly upon a wooden pizza

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(as of April 20, 2020 1:36 am GMT+0000 - Details)

This is constructed of 1/2-inch rubber with a tapered design for ease of use. Features smooth finish long contoured handle make this peel a pleasure to use. It will keep pizzas flying into the without making a mess or risking a burn. Pizzas may be built directly upon a pizza peel and then placed into the oven without much hassle, as long as the peel is properly floured. Resists cracking and warping. Comes in oblong shape.

Product Features

  • Constructed of durable, rubber wood
  • Smooth finish with contoured handle
  • Oblong Shape
  • Tapered Design
  • 14″ x 16″ Blade Size

Comments

Anonymous says:

Nice. But I wish it was more durable. I’m not sure what kind of wood it’s made of. But it’s very soft (like pine), and dents easily. In fact, mine arrived with a nice dent along one edge that I had to sand out.The wood appears raw without any type of coating. I coated mine with vegetable oil. Lightweight. No splinters. All edges are sanded reasonably smooth. There’s a hole at the end of the handle for hanging.DIMENSIONS:36″ overall length. The handle itself is approximately 22″ long X 1…

Anonymous says:

Welcome addition to pizza making This looks to be a very well-made product from a wood standpoint. It could have used a little more attention in the finishing department (-1star). The wood was a little rough to my taste, especially on the edges, but 5 minutes with 320 grit sandpaper and a bit of mineral oil solved the issue.

Anonymous says:

Good for home, and at a good price This worked just fine for my roommates and I making pizza on a stone in the oven.Had to drill a hole in the handle, and put on a strip of scrap leather to hang it.Seasoning the wood regularly will improve durability and decrease sticking. We just used a bit of coconut oil after each use. Corn starch is also a must. Wood is soft, and will mark easily if you’re not careful.

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