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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Coatings are chipping I ask that Carol S. of the Kitchenaid ReviewTteam please stop asking the people who post on here to write another review and forward it on to their review department. I think if she would reflect on it a moment she could do something that would save both of us an extra step. She could send it on herself. I expect better from Kitchenaid. The split in the coating leaves a place where germs can breed and be passed on to every batch of food mixed in the future. This would never pass a Health Department inspection in a commercial restaurant and does not pass my inspection either. So what do I do now Kitchenaid?
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from mine didn't chip until.. try adjusting the beater's height? I've used my coated flat beater, literally, for 36 years before it chipped. That's 36 years of constant use, several times a week, efficiently scraping the lower curves of the bowl. However, I've recently moved from San Diego to Oregon, and when I put by mixer back together, I didn't realize the height or tilt adjustment was off.. it was hitting the bottom. Eventually did chip. So, for those of you concerned about purchasing this attachment due to the other reviews.. perhaps double-checking the beater height (i.e., the mixer head tilt adjustment) before first use would preclude the chipping issue.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beater paint chips off I'm disappointed in the poor quality of this beater since the paint is chipping off and getting into the food. The replacement options, based on the reviews, do not seem very promising. What can't Kitchen Aid make a high quality product like they did many years ago?
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stainless please!!! I spent some time today picking paint chips out of my cookie dough. I went online to see if I could buy stainless and the closest thing I see is burnished aluminum. I don't buy or cook with anything aluminum, so that's a no-go. I don't see why it would be that hard to add as an option. Most people would pay the extra cost to avoid paint chips and aluminum in their cookies.
Date published: 2017-01-12
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