TinaWood 2pcs Stainless Steel Double Hooks + 3pcs S-Hooks for Bacon Hams Meat Processing Butcher Hook Hanging Drying BBQ Grill Cooking Smoker Hook Tool
- One side of the S-hook is Flat and blunt ended to pull or hang, the other end is SHARP to easily penetrate the carcass, ideal for meat processing, butchers, hunters, meat hanging, drying and smoking.
- 2pcs Double Meat Hook with poultry roasting hooks and heavy duty stainsteel steel for hanging chicken, duck or other poultries on BBQ or drying smoking.
- S type hooks and double hooks set, 2 different types of hooks to meet various of needs on meat processing, butcher meats slaughtering, organizing.
- Simple and convenient, is one of the necessary tool to hunters, butcher shops, restaurant kitchens, grocery stores, and other foodservice settings.
- Note: The hook is sharp, please store it where the children can not touch.
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Details: 2pcs Stainless Steel Double Hooks + 3pcs S-Hooks for Meat Processing Butcher Hook Hanging Drying BBQ Grill Cooking Ideal for butchers, chefs, meat processors, perfect tool for hunters, BBQ grill masters, butcher shops, restaurant kitchens or other food prep settings. Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Meat Processing Butcher Hook S Type Hooks Food Safe for Butcher Meats, Organizing Utensils, Pots and Pans Meat Hooks Butcher Hook Double Hooks Processing Meat Hook Stainless Steel Rotary Device Slaughtering BBQ Chicken Duck Hooks Slaughter house meat processing factory barbecue processing hanging meat Package Includes: 2 x Double hooks 3 x S type hooks WARRANTY ANDCUSTOMER SERVICE: If you have any problems, please feel free to contact us. We will reply you as soon as possible in 24 hours from Monday to Friday.
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Reviewed in the United States on 4 November 2019