Size: Length 8 inches, width 1-1/8 inches (approximately)
Package includes: wooden tea spoons x2
• The spoon is lathe-turned from ONE solid piece of hard wood, Phoebe wood, NOT from pressed and glued pieces. Each spoon is manual grinding and hand sealed with natural plant oily finish which is food safe. The 8¡± long handle is perfect for big mugs and tall glasses.
• Each spoon is unique since it is a natural product and wood grain varies by year and the tree grows. It is nice to see that natural character in the spoon, while respecting the part of the life of a tree went into making it.
• Hand wash with warm soapy water and air dry. Please avoid the spoon being kept in dishwasher, microwave oven, dryer or exposure under sunlight.
• Periodically wipe with a bit of olive oil, using a towel and wipe off the excess to restore the wood grain to its original beauty when it appears to be drying out. You will have years of enjoyment with proper care.
*Please note: Since this product is handmade, there are texture differences and a certain color difference. (The picture is for reference only). The size error range is ±1-2 cm which is the normal range, but does not affect the use of the product. In some cases, it retains its uniqueness Cracks and wormholes.
Know more about Nanmu▧
■Phoebe wood has good corrosion resistance. Even in extremely humid and hot environments, nanmu furniture will not be oxidized and corroded. Therefore, nanmu has been used in large quantities for furniture manufacturing since ancient times.
■Phoebe wood is relatively easy to be eaten by insects during the growth period, and once mature, its wood contains a unique fragrance, which has the effect of repelling mosquitoes, so Nanmu furniture has strong insect resistance.
■It has good cold resistance, and the density of nanmu is very close, so nanmu furniture is rarely deformed or cracked.
Cleansing tips for wooden utensils:
• DON'T put wood utensils or cutting boards into the dishwasher. The intense steam and extended time in hot water will make the wood crack.
• DON'T let the utensils sit in water to soak for extended periods of time.
• DO wash the utensils in hot soapy water fairly quickly after use.
• DO pat the utensils dry with a cloth and let air dry.
• DO rub with a slice of lemon and let air dry if any strong flavors have seeped into the wood
• DO apply a mineral oil to the wood every once in a while to prevent the wood from drying out and cracking.