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KitchenCraft MasterClass Dish Drainer RRP £49.99 NOW £26.99 delivered at Amazon
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KitchenCraft MasterClass Dish Drainer RRP £49.99 NOW £26.99 delivered at Amazon

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Posted 18th May
The essential washing up tool, packed with features to make washing and drying hygienic and hassle-free

Generous 44.5 x 32 cm size - big enough to hold plenty of plates, with extra room for cups,glasses, bowls and cutlery

With a removable drip tray and clever swivelling drainage spout to stop the water build-up that causes rust and odours

Made of tarnish-resistant, easy-to-clean stainless steel - and comes with a removable cutlery drainer and integrated mug rack

Five year guarantee
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Looks nice
ikea.com/gb/…94/

that's mine. Double height and good value.
welshblob18/05/2019 11:51

https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/kitchen-products/dishwashing-accessories/ordning-dish-drainer-stainless-steel-art-10018194/that's mine. Double height and good value.


Yours looks like a 70's magazine rack to me but I guess it functional.
Still expensive to me.
welshblob18/05/2019 11:51

https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/kitchen-products/dishwashing-accessories/ordning-dish-drainer-stainless-steel-art-10018194/that's mine. Double height and good value.


Same. Extremely good.
I have enough dishes to wash, never mind wiping over a drainer too
Don’t know about ‘generous’! I tend to wash-up every 2 or 3 days and it is a struggle to fit the pots in a slightly larger tray than this one. If you are a family, and I guess you would want the next size up assuming they have one.
Thanks, have been thinking of getting a new dish drainer and this seems to be perfect.

Currently have a simplehuman plastic compact one and it has yellowed from the sunlight and is horrible to clean with lots of raised ridges on the base (things you never think of when buying a dish drainer), this one is flat and the spout appears to pull off rather than being screwed in.
smallsteve18/05/2019 13:39

Don’t know about ‘generous’! I tend to wash-up every 2 or 3 days and it is …Don’t know about ‘generous’! I tend to wash-up every 2 or 3 days and it is a struggle to fit the pots in a slightly larger tray than this one. If you are a family, and I guess you would want the next size up assuming they have one.


2 to 3 days?! My wife will kill me if I leave my unwashed dishes sitting in the sink for more than 2 hours..
smallsteve18/05/2019 13:39

Don’t know about ‘generous’! I tend to wash-up every 2 or 3 days and it is …Don’t know about ‘generous’! I tend to wash-up every 2 or 3 days and it is a struggle to fit the pots in a slightly larger tray than this one. If you are a family, and I guess you would want the next size up assuming they have one.


Tramp
well done OP
Every time my wife cook, half the kitchen need washing.
make sense to have a strainer as big as this.
you never know I might get brownie point for buying this.
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