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Cut-Proof Shucking Cloth

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  • Materials: 28% high-strength polyester, 62% stainless steel wire, 6% polyester, 4% elastic cord
  • Care: Machine wash
  • Cut-proof, puncture-resistant, and anti-microbial
  • Stylish cloth is a reusable replacement for old rags and garden gloves
  • For every product sold, Toadfish plants 10 square feet of oyster habitat
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 10" x 12" x 0.25"
  • Weight: 0.2 lb


Sustainable Living

Cut-Proof Shucking Cloth

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Protect your hands from any sharp shuckers or knives with this shucking cloth. Designed specifically for opening shellfish, the cut-proof, puncture-resistant, and anti-microbial cloth is machine washable and durable enough to last for many oyster seasons to come.
Sustainable Living


The shrimp deveiner, oyster shucker, and shucking cloth from Toadfish are built to handle seafood better and make prep jobs easier—which fits perfectly with Maker Casey Davidson’s South Carolina location and his team’s passion for preserving coastal habitats.

Toadfish gives back to the ocean in a big way by replanting 10 square feet of oyster beds for every tool sold and by recycling not only oyster shells, but their tools, too. As coastal populations continue to grow, so does the amount of pollution and run-off created. Oysters help to filter ocean water and their efforts are more important now than ever.

The three-in-one shrimp cleaner makes deveining, peeling, and butterflying much easier and much less messy. The stainless steel blade does the three jobs in one single motion. The oyster shucker shares the same full tang style blade and recycled plastic handle and has a bent tip that makes the shell-opening job an easier one. Grab the shucking cloth to get a better grip on that shell and to better protect your hands. It’s cut-proof, puncture-resistant, and anti-microbial.

The quality of the tools speaks to Toadfish’s commitment to making it easier for folks to enjoy seafood, and their commitment to coastal areas shows how much the sea means to them.