If you’re like most people, you cook at home. You might even use steel wool – the go-to abrasive cleaning tool since the late 1800s – to clean your cookware. But steel wool tends to fray and wear out in a matter of weeks. It also collects tiny bits of food, which are nearly impossible to get out and foster the growth of nasty bacteria. Not exactly what you want for a cleaning product, right?
This Saint Lawrence Chainmail Scrubber solves all those problems. The 7/16″, 16-gauge wire rings are far more durable than the tiny strands of steel wool, which means you can use this scrubber for years to come. And it’s made from food-grade 304 alloy stainless steel, so it’s safe to use in your kitchen (or your campsite). Cleaning it is easy, too – just a bit of hot, soapy water, and the grime comes right out. You can even throw it in the dishwasher.
Read more about Saint Lawrence’s story here: http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=366
Measures approximately 3.5″ square. Extra space in the weave allows it to expand nearly 1″ in either direction. Safe for use on cast iron, glassware, pizza stones, and stainless steel. But please, for the sake of your mother’s vintage Le Creuset French oven, do NOT use this on enameled, nonstick, copper, or other soft metal cookware. Do not use with bleach or other chlorine-based cleaners, as this will corrode the steel rings.
In 2015, Nick purchased a ring to propose to his girlfriend, Elizabeth. But he knew a ring wasn’t enough–he had to have something even more personal, authentic, and significant than that. So, he decided to make her a rosary. She absolutely loved it–and they married on January 9th, 2016.
While planning out their wedding, they decided to continue making rosaries together as a way to further encourage prayer within their relationship. They see the Armory as an opportunity to reach even more people through prayer and to participate in their own way in the mission of winning hearts for Christ and His Church.
Over the last 3 years, Our Lady’s Armory has grown from a tiny selection of chain-link rosaries to over 4 dozen unique chain-link, paracord, and ball-chain rosaries, chainmail scrubbers, cufflinks, and pet collars, with even more new products planned for 2018. Please feel free to contact Nick if you’d like to talk about a new design; he’d love to help make your vision a reality! The Armory is built on the belief that beauty and integrity are two ways of coming to know God more intimately, so each item is built with pride and the hope that it will help you grow in your faith.
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Flat-rate USPS First-Class shipping on all products: $4.00. Orders over $75.00 will ship via USPS First-Class for FREE. Please contact us directly to request upgrades to Priority or Priority Express. We guarantee that your order will ship within two weeks or less. Please communicate with us prior to placing your order if you would like to place a rush. A rush is available on all orders, but custom orders (i.e., those not listed as one of our "standard" designs) will generally take at least 1-3 additional days of processing time. Note that placing a rush on custom orders may incur an additional fee. Items marked as "ADD-ON" options incur no additional shipping cost, but will NOT ship by themselves. If you have placed an order for an ADD-ON ITEM without ordering a rosary, your order will be canceled and your payment will be refunded. **If you are an international buyer, please contact us directly to make shipping arrangements prior to placing your order.**
All our rosaries are guaranteed for a lifetime of normal prayer. Should your rosary come apart, we can either offer simple instructions for rejoining the links, or we can process repairs ourselves. Domestic customers will be responsible for a fee of $7, which will cover shipment of the rosary both ways and any simple repairs that need done. International repairs will incur an additional fee for shipping. In the event of broken or missing parts, the customer will be responsible for the cost of those parts.