KitchenAid® Slicer/Shredder Attachment
Turn the mixer into a processor for slicing and shredding. Includes four standard cones: coarse and fine shredders and thick and thin slicers. For use with all KitchenAid® stand mixers. Model # RVSA.
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Buying it again! I have had both my attachment and mixer for 17 years and both have served me well. The main part of the attachment has been cracked for a couple of years and finally shredded its last pound of cheese. Shortly after buying, I realized that I needed a small tool with a couple of wrench sizes in my gadget drawer (which is just handy in the kitchen for many purposes) to change out or remove blade from the other little piece that turns it. Honestly, it's never been a big deal to grab a anti-slip pad to hold blade and use a wrench to detach. I have always put the various pieces in the dishwasher without a problem. I am glad that I still have my blades that have never rusted should that be an issue with the new blades. April 26, 2013
My KA is my favorite kitchen appliance! I have had this attachment for almost 2 years and use it weekly to shred cheese and I love it! Last week I used it to shred vegetables for the first time and it worked wonderfully for that too. I can't wait to try it out to slice potatoes. I have had problems with rusting, but am going to try oiling the blades. Like others have mentioned, the first couple times I used it I had a hard time removing the blades but that is no longer a problem. March 8, 2013
GOOD PRODUCT I love thsi slicer/shreader attachment. Some people say they have a hard time removing the blades. Just stand it on the counter and use a 11mm wrenth to tighten and loosen the blades easy to remove, January 14, 2013
Handy Addition to my Kitchen I was considering buying a food processor, but space is an issue in my small kitchen. I already have a Kitchen Aid stand mixer so I had the thought to look for an attachment. This really is a handy attachment. I've used it on both cheese and vegetables. The only issue is that the post that attaches the drum to the white plastic part can be VERY difficult to remove. In fact, I had to raid the tool box to find something that would unlock the mechanism. The instructions say that the parts can go in the dishwasher but I have always hand washed all of my Kitchen Aid parts. I usually let this attachment soak in hot soapy water for a while and that takes care of any stuck-on leftovers. December 8, 2012