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    Multi-Functional Dish Drainer Black

    Multi-Functional Dish Drainer Black

    £24

    Plates, bowls, mugs and cutlery stacked in a tray

    Your sink space, sorted

    Space-savvy ways to save you time and effort

    Addis Butler Bowl

    Addis Butler Bowl

    £5 - £6

    color Metallic Greycolor Linen (Cream)color Black

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    Washing Up Bowls and Drainers

    Drainers

    Let your cutlery and crockery drain for a few minutes before drying, and you’ll find you get more drying out of your tea towels because everything will be that much drier. But it’s always worth investing in a decent drainer , especially if you’ve got expensive crockery. Poor quality dish racks can be too hard and have sharp edges that might crack and chip your plates and cups. Our draining racks are the best possible quality, meaning you can look after your kitchenware while giving everything a good rinse.

    If you’re a little short of draining board space or have lots of washing up to do, our multi-level drainers could be just what you’re looking for. By stacking two levels one on top of the other, you can drain cups and small plates down below and your larger things up above. For even more efficient use of space, a cutlery drainer keeps all your knives, forks and spoons upright – and they’ll drain quicker too.

    Washing up bowls

    If you wash up directly in the sink, you’re probably used to coming across a half cup of cold tea, coffee or juice, and you’ve got nowhere to empty it. Put a bowl in the sink and you can pour your liquids down the side, perfect if you don’t have a draining section in your sink unit. Of course, washing up bowls have many more uses than that – you can use them to expand your sink space, for example to have a soaking bowl or a rinsing bowl, or you can carry it around when you’re cleaning the windows or your car. Whatever you use it for, a washing bowl is a handy thing to have in the home, and we’ve got plenty to choose from, in round or rectangular, in a host of colours to choose from.