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Product description

Colour Name:C

Description:
This Drain Storage Basket can be placed on the sink with its hands extended out of the sink, or folded in the sink, so that your hands can free up time to focus on other things. 

Feature:
1. Easy to Clean: The sink colander is made of sturdy material and can be scrubbed with a kitchen hose or a simple brush.
2. Multiple Uses: Our oval colander draining basket are very suitable for sieving, percolating and leaching out impurities, as well as breaking down clumps in wet or dry ingredients. Sift the flour, sugar and rice.
3. Used for food preparation, such as washing and washing fruits, vegetables, grains and pasta. Strain thick or thin wet ingredients such as sauces, lumpy gravies, and soups. Perfect for draining cooked pasta. The uses are .
4. Draining and Rinsing: Three sizes of colander baskets are the ideal size for handling most draining, rinsing, sieving and leaching tasks. The concave mesh of the basket is easy to capture and screen, percolate or discharge small components. The footrest can also be placed on the countertop and used as a basket to hold or display fruits and vegetables.

Specifications:
Material: Stainless steel
A: Small about 20 cm * 15 cm * 6 cm / 7.87 inch * 5.91 inch * 2.36 inch
B: Medium about 26.9 cm * 20.9 cm * 6 cm / 10.59 inch * 8.23 inch * 2.36 inch
C: Large about 29*23.5*6.8cm/11.42 inch * 9.25 inch * 2.68  inch

Packing List:
Rectangular Drain Basket * 1 PCS

Note: 
1.Due to manual measurement, there is a tolerance in the product size.
2.Due to the lighting effects and shooting angles, there is color difference in the product, please understand.

YEES Kitchen Strainer, Over the Sink Colander Strainer Basket, S

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