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Joseph Joseph White Y Dish Draining Rack - Free C&C £10 - Dunelm
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Joseph Joseph White Y Dish Draining Rack - Free C&C £10 - Dunelm

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Posted 20th Jan

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Designed by Joseph Joseph, this white Y dish draining rack maximises all space available using the vertical area above your drainer. The 2 tier design combines a sturdy base for draining pots and pans or cups and bowls, with a traditional style rack above for draining up to 15 plates. The large self-draining utensil pot that clips onto the side means you can drain everything for 4 full place settings in a very small place. The base of the draining rack features sloping ribs to allow water to drain freely, a fixed draining spout for emptying into the sink and practical non-slip feet.

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39723547-njOiF.jpgY Dish Draining Rack, talk to me.
Like the man said........always worth a glance at a decent rack
scottydogg8120/01/2020 20:57

Looks ok but where would large frying pans, woks etc go


On the second draining rack or dishwasher . Draining racks are never big enough to hold pots and pans as well . Mine isn't.
Edited by: "rosalina1818" 20th Jan
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Only if this was rose gold:-)
Thanks
Looks ok but where would large frying pans, woks etc go
scottydogg8120/01/2020 20:57

Looks ok but where would large frying pans, woks etc go


On the second draining rack or dishwasher . Draining racks are never big enough to hold pots and pans as well . Mine isn't.
Edited by: "rosalina1818" 20th Jan
rosalina181820/01/2020 21:05

On the second draining rack or diswasher . Draining racks are never …On the second draining rack or diswasher . Draining racks are never big enough to hold pots and pans as well . Mine isn't.


What is this dishwasher you speak of .....
scottydogg8120/01/2020 21:09

What is this dishwasher you speak of .....


The useful little machine which does all the work?
Thanks op. Nearly paid £19.99 at TK Maxx.
geoff320/01/2020 21:19

Thanks op. Nearly paid £19.99 at TK Maxx.


Phew! Was this a rescue deal, then?
It was. Thanks!
geoff320/01/2020 21:22

It was. Thanks!


Great! Hope you reserved it, in case it goes out of stock soon.
39723547-njOiF.jpgY Dish Draining Rack, talk to me.
burko198120/01/2020 21:29

Oh, her!


That's the one! Slim and reliable! And the draining rack is used sometimes,too
it's to small.
gmschuple20/01/2020 21:36

it's to small.


It looks like it can stack quite a few dishes.
rosalina181820/01/2020 21:25

Great! Hope you reserved it, in case it goes out of stock soon.


Reserved and paid. Store is close, too.
geoff320/01/2020 21:41

Indeed.


It's always great to see that people save money. That's what this site did to me for the last few years. I wouldn't have gone out shopping before checking on here.
Like the man said........always worth a glance at a decent rack
rosalina181820/01/2020 21:46

It's always great to see that people save money. That's what this site did …It's always great to see that people save money. That's what this site did to me for the last few years. I wouldn't have gone out shopping before checking on here.


It’s certainly a great site, helped by people like you posting fantastic deals. As somebody on here once said: HUKD, making me spend money since 2011!
Tiny . If you have an IKEA this one is good.

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But need separate knives and forks drainer.
Babbler20/01/2020 22:41

Tiny . If you have an IKEA this one is …Tiny . If you have an IKEA this one is good.https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/ordning-dish-drainer-stainless-steel-10018194/But need separate knives and forks drainer.


It all depends. One is cheaper and smaller with an extra added. The other one is more expensive, but bigger. Which to choose? Difficult choice for some.
I can't remember the last time I used one of these, maybe 1995ish dishwasher does the work for me now and I can't see me going back to handwashing
Thanks for sharing! Now ordered
scottydogg8120/01/2020 20:57

Looks ok but where would large frying pans, woks etc go


I was thinking that, but looking at that drainage spout in the photo perhaps this one could stand on the worktop with just the spout side overhanging onto the draining board then have another normal draining rack on the draining board for larger things. Not sure if that would work, but just gave me the idea to create more space.
I got one of these a while ago for around £6 and was concerned it might be a little small but thought it was worth a try at that price. But because the upper part sits quite high you can fit quite a few bowls and cups/glasses in the lower part. It also feels very sturdy and quite well made.
I think these are more like £40 normally so this is really a great deal.
Er.... where do I put pans on this?
not bad
Out of Stock
TWD21/01/2020 08:29

Out of Stock


It's still available.
I got a text saying its unavailable eventhough i was one of the first to order??
39725915-b77Rt.jpgSave yourself 4 quid and get one of these from IKEA, much better job.
would like to get one but all out of stock near london
This thing is brilliant, it saved me whilst I lived in a tiny studio flat. The bottom drainer gets mouldy though. It’s really difficult to clean and dry properly because the grooves are so deep and narrow.
funstie21/01/2020 07:26

I think these are more like £40 normally so this is really a great deal.


Or £40 is a con.
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