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Making a bolognese and just opened a can of chopped tomatoes with a manual tin opener (my last electric one broke) then got stuck....then SPLAT! Mess EVERYWHERE and just happened to be wearing a pale mohair cardi! :mad:

PLEASE....someone recommend me a decent tin opener!
 

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Making a bolognase and just opened a can of chopped tomatoes with a manual tin opener (my last electric one broke) then got stuck....then SPLAT! Mess EVERYWHERE and just happened to be wearing a pale mohair cardi! :mad:

PLEASE....someone recommend me a decent tin opener!
Your husband:lol:
 

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Only buy tins with ring pulls :D
 

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Making a bolognese and just opened a can of chopped tomatoes with a manual tin opener (my last electric one broke) then got stuck....then SPLAT! Mess EVERYWHERE and just happened to be wearing a pale mohair cardi! :mad:

PLEASE....someone recommend me a decent tin opener!
Here you go:

Culinare EasiCan Can Opener (C10005)

works every time, no splats, and cheap :):thumbs:
 

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There are no good tin openers on the market. The expensive ones are no better than the cheapies. My wife uses a new Kenwood electric one she bought but it hates me and won't play ball. I use my Swiss army knife when desperate but usually put the can back in the cupboard.
 
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There are no good tin openers on the market. The expensive ones are no better than the cheapies. My wife uses a new Kenwood electric one she bought but it hates me and won't play ball. I use my Swiss army knife when desperate but usually put the can back in the cupboard.
One of these works a treat............cooks the contents as well as opening the lid :thumbs:
 

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We went through a batch of carp openers, the wilkies one we have now does the trick, was about a fiver, one of the chunky handled types that close onto the lid.
 

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This might sound like a daft question DD but are you left handed Jan's a leftie and she has terrible trouble with can openers :)
 

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Lateral thinking: wear an apron?
I DID don one of my Cath Kidston pinnies after removing and soaking my tomato splattered mohair cardi but my question was recommend me a tin opener. :tut: :lol:


This might sound like a daft question DD but are you left handed Jan's a leftie and she has terrible trouble with can openers :)
No, not a leftie! Just need one that won't break.
 

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