simplehuman Grey Square Compact Drainer
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This compact grey dishrack from Simplehuman is small enough to fit perfectly in most standard sinks, completely freeing up counterspace, but still has the capacity to handle full-size plates. For countertop use, it has a swivel spout that rotates in any direction to drain water directly into the sink.
- Comes with - Drainer, sink bowl & cutlery tray
- Guarantee - 5 years
- Assembly required - Assembly not required
- Additional items for styling purposes only
Features and Benefits
- versatile placement: Fits perfectly in the sink or on the countertop
- 360º pivoting spout: Spout rotates 360º to drain water into the sink
- Integrated handles: Large, convenient handles make moving the dishrack easy
- removable interior frame: Inner wire frame lifts out for easy cleaning
|Number of compartments||2|
|Cleaning instructions||Clean with warm soapy water|
Help & Advice
Whether you’re renovating your kitchen or utility room completely, or are just updating what you have already, the right kitchen tap can be the perfect finishing touch – not just by looking great, but in making life in your kitchen easier.
There are so many clever new features with kitchen taps – all designed to help busy households save time on everyday tasks. From flexible necks that shoot jets into difficult to reach crannies to swivel spouts that can be turned out of the way for easier kitchen sink access. From those that offer immediate piping hot drinking water for tea and coffee to those with filters that remove all impurities from the water creating a better-tasting drink. The humble kitchen tap has enjoyed an exciting evolution which has seen it emerge as one of the most innovative and stylish features in this busy heart of your home.
So whether you want something traditional and classic, or a tap that’s more modern and on-trend, our wide range of taps offer a variety of shapes, styles and even colours to make the ideal addition to your kitchen.
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Before you begin
To get the best performance from a new tap, you’ll want to choose one which suits the water pressure in your home. If you have a low pressure water system, a tap designed to operate at this pressure will help to ensure a steady flow of water. On the other hand, if you’ve got a high water pressure system you’ll be able to opt for some innovative features to get your kitchen working harder for you.
Our guide will help you to identify the water pressure system your home, and offers advice on how to identify taps which will work best in your kitchen.
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