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Mini Budget Thermometer

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This 5" stem stainless steel dairy thermometer is built for long lasting durability. It comes with a clip to easily attach to the side of your pot and has a large 2" dial head making it easy to read. It reads from 0º-220ºF and contains no mercury. This thermometer comes with plastic protective sleeve over the tip. This needs to be removed before using the thermometer.

To Calibrate:
Most cheese making is done at temperatures of 86°-100°F Since this range is similar to our healthy body temperature a quality medical thermometer can be used to calibrate your new thermometer. Using the medical thermometer fill a container with water adjusted to 98°F. If the dial on your new thermometer does not read the same 98°F then holding the dial with one hand adjust the nut below the dial until the dial reads accurately.

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