Stainless Steel Kitchen | A Stainless Steel Pot and Pan Drain Board for Commercial Size Equipment in a Home Kitchen
Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink Drain Board
Having a new "commercial look kitchen" with the commercial stove and all those large pots and pans may look wonderful but just may not always be practical when it comes to washing those over sized stock pots and pans.
Unlike a commercial kitchen with large stainless sinks, residential kitchen sinks just do not provide the space to maneuver and wash those over sized pots then there is just no space to let them air dry without getting water all over those beautiful granite counter tops and the kitchen floor. Plastic drain boards are a joke, they don't tilt enough to drain the water into the sink, and you just end up with a mess, and who wants to have some cheap plastic tray out on top of the expensive granite counter top anyway?
Or if you have just a standard kitchen and do a lot of home canning or use large pots for your food processing adventures, you too are faced with the chore of washing and drying pressure cookers and large kettles.
Consider a stainless-steel-drain-board from Cottage Craft Works for a solution to this problem. The drain-board sits on the counter top next to your sink allowing all the water to quickly drain back into the sink. The drain-board fits either right or left sides, and will even work on those raised sink rims.
If you do a lot of large batch cooking or canning and you have room on both sides of your sink, considering buying two of these, you will be glad you did.
A very nice but functional item to have in the kitchen to air dry those large commercial size pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. Heavy-duty-stainless-drain-board is right at home with the new style commercial kitchen look. Use on all types of counter tops and with all types of kitchen sinks. Drain board measures 20-1/2 x 18-1/4 and tilts from 2-1/2 down to the sink. Weighs 4 lbs.
You can see more innovative products and purchase the Stainless-Steel-Kitchen-Sink-Drain- Board at http://www.cottagecraftworks.com
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