Stainless Steel Microplane (C)

Item # 7497

1370 (EACH) in Stock



This classic stainless steel zester and cheese grater can even grate the hardest Parmesan Reggiano, as well as other hard cheeses, into fine lacy wisps. Ideal for topping your favorite spaghetti and meatballs or a Caesar salad. It’s also wonderful for effortless citrus zesting to add natural flavors to a lemon crème brulee or a basic vinaigrette. 

Product Details

Dimensions: 12" x 1 5/16" x 1"
Grating Surface: 8" x 1"
Heavy-duty, ergonomic handle (Available in black only).
Protective cover included for storing.
Materials: Surgical grade stainless steel blade. Plastic handle.
Blade made in USA, Assembled in MX.
Shipping Weight: 6 oz

Care Tips:

Top rack dishwasher safe.
We recommend rinsing your Cheese Grater in warm water immediately after each use. Remove trapped particles from the non-sharp side whenever possible. To remove trapped particles on the front, first, soak the tool in warm water and then use a cleaning brush to stroke in the same direction as the teeth.
Store with blade covered when not in use.



Stainless steel is known for being corrosion-resistant, but that doesn't mean it is incapable of showing rust.  If the stainless steel is exposed to damaging chemicals, or is submerged in water or exposed to extreme heat for extended periods of time, this can lead to corrosion.

Therefore, we recommend the following when cleaning and caring for your stainless steel items: 

Remember to use soft cloths or other non-abrasive pads when cleaning and scrubbing your stainless steel items. Stainless steel items will have visible polishing marks on the surfaces; you should scrub in direction of the polishing marks. If the polishing marks cannot be seen, simply use a soft cloth or plastic scouring pad.

If your cleaning solution contains chlorides, switch to an alternative. Work with alkaline, alkaline chlorinated or non-chloride containing cleaners. To avoid pitting and rusting, don't use cleaners containing quaternary salts.

Always rinse, then wipe down your stainless steel items when chlorinated cleaners are used. Ensure the stainless steel items are dried immediately. Do not leave them wet. Wipe off the leftover water immediately. This is specifically important when it contains cleaning agents.

Hydrochloric acid (muriatic acid) should never be used on stainless steel items.

Proper longterm maintenance also involves regularly restoring, or passivating the stainless steel. 

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