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Using a knife or any other traditional tool to descale fish can be difficult, messy AND dangerous
Most of the time you'll see scales flying all over the place and you end up making a huge mess.
This Fish Scale Remover is designed to gut a fish, remove scales and easily store all scales to limit any unnecessary mess.
It's fast, effective and safe to use.
With it's ergonomic design it's comfortable to hold and use, it's super easy to keep a good grip on it, and prevent skidding.
This unique little tool has a convenient hole at the bottom so that you can hang it when not in use.
There is even a collecting case with lid! This collects fish scales when you use, so no fish scales go flying, keeping your kitchen clean and saving your housework time!!
The stainless steel serrated blade design can remove fish scales very fast, and it can prevent you from cutting your hand when using because of its non sharp design. A rotatable blade in the handle bottom can be hidden in the handle when you don't need it.
SAFER THAN KNIVES - Using a knife or traditional tools to remove scales can be dangerous. Our unique design lowers the risk of accidentally cutting yourself
GUTTING BLADE - This handy fish scaling tool also comes with a blade so you can gut your fish when you're done removing all the scales
SCALE STORAGE - With the added storage box you'll simultaneously store all removed scales for easier clean up
COMFORTABLE HANDLE - The handle had a comfortable to design to make sure you get the best grip possible. It also has a hook ring at the end so you can easily store it and hang it on your kitchen wall
- Material: ABS and stainless steel material
- Safe and durable
- Size: about 20x5.5cm
1 x Fish Scale Remover
My favorite part is the added blade! It may be small but it's perfect for gutting a fish
I was honestly a bit skeptical about this tool but it does work and it's nice that it keeps all the scales in one place. There's less of a mess, my only complaint was the box it came in was a bit damaged but that may have happened in transit