Camp Chef Pan Scraper (Standard & Ribbed)

Camp Chef Pan Scraper (Standard & Ribbed)
Camp Chef Pan Scraper (Standard & Ribbed)
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Pan Scraper (Standard & Ribbed) by Camp Chef
The Camp Chef Pan Scraper easily removes built-up cooking residue without marring cast iron cookware. Ideal for Dutch ovens, skillets, griddles, and other cast iron cookware, the Pan Scraper features a finger indentation for enhanced grip and stability when scraping.

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SKU: CCF001C
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