Milk Churn 2 Litre

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Milk Churn 2 Litre

Robust, watertight, 2 litre churn designed specifically for carrying and storing milk and other liquids. Perfect for transportation and for camping, holidays, picnics etc. This mini churn weighs just 250g - perfect for the smaller cheesemaker. They are acid and alkali resistant, being manufactured from foodgrade Dairythene - a plastic material that is virtually indestructible as shown by the many years of service they have given to thousands of farmers and smallholders. The churns can be easily sterilized and come complete with airtight screw lids and carrying handles. Dimensions: 23cm (9 inches) tall x 12.5cm (5 inches diameter), with a generous internal neck diameter of 6.5cm (2.5 inches). Shapes: Round and Oval (the oval version is designed to fit in the door of most refrigerators). 

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