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Ateco Pastry Cloth, 60" x 36"

Item # 6902-36X60UPC: 802985777843
Price: $26.80
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    This is shelter-tent duck, a fine-weave heavy-canvas cotton. Used for preparing cookies and pastry, this cloth can help to absorb the impact of cookie cutters and leave them sharp. Perimeter of pastry cloth is stitched to prevent fraying and tearing.

    Washing not recommended.

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This is shelter-tent duck, a fine-weave heavy-canvas cotton. Used for preparing cookies and pastry, this cloth can help to absorb the impact of cookie cutters and leave them sharp. Perimeter of pastry cloth is stitched to prevent fraying and tearing.

Washing not recommended.

Features
Material Fine-weave heavy canvas
Dishwasher Safe No
Ateco Pastry Cloth, 60 x 36
Average Customer Rating
(4 reviews)
44
Item matched description Item arrived in a timely fashion,and is well made - I've used it 4 times. One small suggestion - hopefully the hemmed edges will be long lasting, but I think a one-eighth inch hem is a bit small. I must comment that this company is the first one I've purchased from that gave me a realistic time (5 weeks) to use the item before asking for a review. I've had requests from other companies 5 days after receiving the item!
By Long Time Baker, Ohio on September 8, 2021
just what i needed great quality and the size i needed to fit my table.
By judy k., AZ - Arizona on February 11, 2016
Nothing new but still Good This cloth did as I needed it to, like any other canvas pastry cloth. In response to the other reviewer, it specifically says "washing not recommended". I just wipe me clean & give it a bit of a scrub but NEVER put it in the drier.
By Jamie, OREGON on December 30, 2015