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35 X47 Polycarbonate Chair Mat For Carpets Lipped Clear Flo
"Floortex Ultimat Polycarbonate provides the ultimate in quality clarity and durability. Provides ergonomic benefits for chair users by providing easy glide movement and reduced leg fatigue. No cracking no curling no dimpling no yellowing no smelling. Free of toxic chemicals and PVC. Polycarbonate mats can be used immediately unlike PVC there is no need to wait for the product to lie flat. Size: 35""x47"". Pattern: Solid."
Crabigail Cassidy "Crabby Abby": I use this for a lot of purposes around the kitchen. Aside from skimming foamy debris off of meat stocks, this tool comes in handy when extracting dumplings and pasta from boiling water. It also use it when I make fried ravioli, mini egg rolls or any type of small food that is fried or poached. It does a nice job when draining oil or any liquid from food.This tool is a bit of a departure from the OXO tools I normally buy which have easy grip ribbed handles. It is stainless steel, nicely constructed, and has a hole in the handle so I can hang this from my tool rack. It can be washed in my dishwasher and always looks good.Silly reason to like this, but I love the stainless finish and the clean lines and attractive design. It has an ample skimmer with plenty of drain holes that make it functionl and easy to use.
Deadwood: I have several Oxo SteeL implements and love them all. They are very sturdy, wash well, and do their job. They are the right size for the job and have comfortable handles. I love this one and all of my Oxo SteeL implements.
edriejk: Unlike a slotted spoon, the holes are just right for skimming soup, picking up foam. But it also works as a slotted spoon, retrieving all bits of importance ..
F T. A.: OXO, how can you go wrong. This is perfect for many cooking needs... Soups, Making Cheese, and many more ideas. Made of solid construction. This should last for many years to come.
A. Dean "Dean": I typically like OXO products, and I needed a steel spaghetti server, so I thought I'd give this one a try. However, I was a little disappointed with this particular utensil when I first received it in the mail, as it's fairly light weight. At any rate, I've already utilized it a few times now, and it seems rugged enough to do the job, plus it cleans up well in the dishwasher. The jury is still out on this product though, as I want to see how it holds up over time.