Black Wire Dish Drainer Rack

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Item model no.: 1032391
Product dimension: 43cm x 33.5cm x10cm
material: iron
color: powder coating gross black

1. WELL CRAFTED OUTER FINISH: an all powder-coating matches most décor schemes; the outer finish protects this large dish drainer from water and rust, the stylish and elegant streamline design is perfect for home kitchen environments.
2. EASY CLEANING DISH DRAINER: it’s hassle free to clean this drying dish rack with mild soap and damp cloth.
3. STURDY CONSTRUCTION: constructed with heavy duty and rust-resistant steel wire for stability and durability; it is also protecting your dishes and sinks from scratches. a well made plastic drain board helps avoid water pooling up or spilling on your counter. The utensils holder with 3 compartments allows you to separate your silverware or flatware when dishwashing.

How Often You Need to Clean Your Dish Rack?
According to Dulude, you’ll need to clean it weekly if you want to prevent mildew from growing in the first place. “If you see it getting moldy faster, then you’ll need to clean it more often,” she says. “Ideally, you’d give it a quick clean every time it’s empty and can easily be rinsed off.”

2 Clever Ways to Use a Dish Rack
1. Weigh down containers during a dishwasher cycle.
Lightweight, plastic storage containers tend to get moved around during a dishwasher cycle, and you almost always open the door to find at least one thats right-side up and full of dirty water. Use an old dish rack to weigh the pieces down and your problem is solved.
2. Set up command central.
If you’re someone who uses the kitchen as the office for work or household management, you probably have a few files and supplies that need organizing. A dish rack can come in handy here, too, holding files upright and providing a spot for pens, scissors, and more in the utensil cup.


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