Tala Retro Flour Sifter
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Tala Retro Flour Sifter

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    Made from sturdy aluminium, this round retro flour sifter comes with an easy trigger for accurate measuring and is suitable for use in the dishwasher.

    Sizes Available
    One size available in Dia. 17cm (5") x H 13cm (5")
    Colours Available
    Multi Coloured
    Pack Size
    One flour sifter
    Microwave Safe
    Not suitable
    Dishwasher Safe
    Easy Returns

    We hope you love this product, but if you decide it's not right you can return it for free, here's how:

    Store return - If you live near one of our stores and can easily carry your item, this is the fastest way to return or exchange a product.

    Collect+ return - For products that weigh less than 10kg and are smaller than 60x50x50cm, you can return your item at thousands of collection points around the country. Complete the returns form provided with your delivery and enclose with your parcel. Locate your local collect+ point.

    If your parcel weighs more than 10kg and is larger than 60cmx50cmx50cm, please contact us to arrange a return.

    Exceptions apply, see our full returns policy.

    Tala Retro Flour Sifter is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolute junk, do not buy I bought this as a present for my wife, who enjoys baking. It worked for about 10 seconds before becoming completely clogged with flour. It was then impossible to clean out as there was no way to take it apart, and running water through it simply turned the flour to paste but didn't remove it. So now it's basically full of papier mache. My wife has gone back to sifting the flour with a sieve. Absolute rubbish.
    Date published: 2015-11-11
    • 2016-10-27T06:59CST
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