MSR Alpine Dish Brush/Scraper

MSR Alpine Dish Brush/Scraper
MSR Alpine Dish Brush/Scraper
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Alpine Dish Brush/Scraper by MSR
Did your breakfast oatmeal taste like last night's pasta dinner because your climbing partner didn't use the MSR Alpine Dish Brush/ Scraper when washing last night's dishes' Say farewell to crusty dishes with the stiff-brushed Alpine Dish Brush/ Scraper. The ergonomic rubber grip makes cleaning easy, and the beveled shape is designed to match most cookware bevels so your climbing partner won't mind washing the dishes--again.

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SKU: CAS0659
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