The Spatula Cleaning Device is an apparatus designed to operate on the flat top surface of a grill to assist with cleaning a spatula.
Inventor Timothy M. Keeler, a chef from Kalispell, MT has created an apparatus designed to operate on the flat top surface of a grill to assist with cleaning a spatula with ease.
A spatula is a very common kitchen tool that is seen in both the home kitchen and commercial kitchen alike. From heavy use, spatulas are often found dirty, and sometimes cooks must spend valuable time trying to keep their spatulas clean and sanitary. As a spatula is being used, burnt on food particles and grease will build on and stick to the tool. Conventional cleaning methods can prove frustrating as well as time consuming, especially in a busy kitchen. However, failing to clean spatulas regularly can be unsanitary and can result in loss of the tools functionality. Inventor Keeler has created a means for an improved method of keeping spatulas clean.
This clever new invention cleans tough built on particles. High strength magnets hold the device to a grill with a strong bond. The invention is dishwasher safe and stainless steel in design so it will not rust. It is for all shapes and sizes of spatulas. The use of the Spatula Cleaning Device provides a handy and effective way to keep spatulas clean in the kitchen.