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3pcs Tulip Print Long Sleeve Baby Set
3pcs Tulip Print Long Sleeve Baby Set Review
WD "WD": Salad spinners are one of the most used kitchen utensils that we have. This one is well built with hard plastic top and basin. The spinner's gearing works well and has a smooth operation
Wesley Newell: this thing is large, so plan on eating alot of lettuce. It's great, works well, and spins fast. The bottom bowl doesn't have holes in it so make sure you don't rinse the lettuce in both of them and then expect to spin it dry. We used to do that with our last spinner. We also did rinse lettuce one time and filled up bottom bowl with water, minor inconvience that we weren't used to. We have changed the way we spin lettuce rinsing in the green strainer part then shaking that a couple of times in the sink and then on the salad spinner. The kids love to push this handle down. It's firm and strong. Worth the money to my wife. $30 bucks to spin lettuce, not worth it to me. The old one still worked.
West Side Jeff: We've been using this quite a bit lately, and I have to say it is incredibly handy for all sorts of greens and herbs. Simple, well made, and easy to use. What more can you ask for?
Wok King: My old salad spinner from France (circa 1979) had a handle for manually spinning the inner bowl; thus I could crank it up as fast as I wanted in order to get the greens really dry. Unfortunately, the handle broke and for the past year, I've been trying to manually shake off the water from the salad greens in a strainer followed by patting the greens dry with paper towels---very ineffective and very frustrating.Looked at several salad spinners, but settled on the Oxo because my previous experience with their products left me with a good impression of their products' consistent quality and excellent design.Using the spinner is pretty straight forward: use the inner basket to rinse the greens, then place it into the outer bowl; place the lid on top, release the lock to free the plunger, then give it sharp downward press to spin to the inner basket. My personal experience is that it's difficult to get several good pumps in rapid sequence to rotate the basket fast enough to thoroughly dry the salad greens. Instead of sprint-like speed of rotation, its a spin is more akin to a steady marathon pace. Even letting the basket spin to a stop, then respinning doesn't necessarily get the job done, but it's better than manually shaking the greens in a strainer as I previously described.Never-the-less, the materials of this spinner gets high marks and the plunger can be pushed down and locked in place to reduce its overall height for storage, but its overall bulk still requires a bit of storage space. All-in all, its a good value, because I still prefer to wash my salad green even though many of the packaged greens claim theirs is "prewashed." I've also found that soaking the greens in cold water 10-15 minutes before thoroughly rinsing and spin-drying before storing in the refrigerator will give salads a more satisfying crispness.
Wolfee1: I love drying my lettuce in this Gadget, I have been saving in Paper Towels since I got it, the OXO Salad Spinner, the Large one makes salads so much easier and faster. I did not care for all the washing and cutting involved making a salad I never bought the pre-packages of mix greens, didn't care for them, so now I have no more excuses to eat salads. This Gadget is so simple to operate and it is kind of Fun, I think I'm gonna start spinning for Health again!... Check Pictures Posted, Thank You