Lab utensils encompass a variety of tools used in laboratory settings to facilitate specific tasks and manipulations. Dippers are long-handled instruments designed for transferring liquids, typically with a cup-shaped end for easy sampling. Laboratory brushes are used for cleaning and scrubbing various equipment and surfaces, featuring bristles of different stiffness and sizes. Laboratory scoops, scrapers and spoons are used for measuring, transferring and manipulating solid or powdered substances. Laboratory tongs and forceps are specialised gripping tools used to handle delicate or hazardous materials, offering precise control and minimising contamination risks. Stir bars are small magnetic objects placed inside liquid-filled containers to facilitate stirring or mixing using magnetic fields.