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95 X54 Nadya Solid Blackout Curtain Panel Teak Eclipse
"Transform any room in your home with the Eclipse Nadya blackout curtain. Independently tested eclipse offers a superior blend of window fashion design and blackout technology for any décor. Update the bedroom living room or dining room and enjoy the light blocking noise reducing energy-saving benefits of Eclipse. Perfect for daytime sleepers of all ages home theater enthusiasts and energy saving conscious home owners Eclipse curtains offer style versatility for any living space. The patented Thermalayer™ process transforms ordinary drapery panels into a light-blocking noise-reducing energy saving solution for the home. An independent blackout layer lines the back of the curtain fabric to enhance the window treatment while allowing for the same drapability of naturally flowing curtains. Hang eclipse curtains in any bedroom to achieve an optimal sleeping environment. Each Eclipse Nadya grommet panel measures an extra wide 52” in your choice of 63” 84” or 95” lengths. 1.5” silver grommet accommodates a 1” rod. Faux linen woven drapery offers a textured hand with faded medallion all-over print. Hang two drapery panels on decorative curtain rod for optimal light-blocking coverage and decorative style. Curtain rod sold separately. Available in 4 fashion colors including natural linen black and smoke blue. Sold as single panel. 45 percent Cotton 40percent Polyester 15percent Linen. Machine wash cold tumble dry do not bleach. Imported. Size: 95""x54"". Color: Teak. Pattern: Solid."
Amazon Customer "Ever Growing Herbalist": My daughter told me I needed to get one of these to make mashed spuds in. It does work really good! The spuds come out very creamy and it works nice. It is stainless and although the basket is small, it works just fine.
Amazon Customer: Results in significantly better mashed potatoes than when you actually mash the potatoes with typical mashers or whatever the squiggly masher with a handle thing is called . Also good for gnocchi. Ricing is the way to go and this one is of good quality and a decent value.
Amazon Customer: I remember seeing my grandmother use a potato ricer and had completely forgotten about them until I saw a beat up one at a garage sale. This one was old and rusty, so I decided to buy a new one instead. I got this Oxo one and am very pleased with the outcome! I get the ultimate light and fluffy mashed potatoes with this. I have some arthritis and tendonitis in the hands/forearms, so I found this a little hard to use if I filled the hopper clear full. By filling halfway, I did not have as much trouble. The first time I used it I did not peel the potatoes, and I believe this also contributes somewhat to the difficulty in pressing. The next time I peeled the potatoes and found it easier. Also, the peeling tends to clog the holes in the hopper and needs dumping often, which slows down the process. A nice extra is that this Oxo ricer has a small lip that balances on the edge of the bowl so you can steady the ricer much easier than if you had to hold with one hand and press with the other.The ricer is stainless steel, cleans up well, (I would advise cleaning right away to avoid having potato dry in the holes) and seems very sturdily made. I held my breath a little at the price, but I do believe it is worth it and would buy this ricer again. It only comes with one permanently mounted screen, but it is perfect for mashed potatoes.
Amy: Every chef says the best mashed potatoes are made with a ricer so I treated myself to this one. I found the handles a little uncomfortable...silicone or rubber on them might help. Pressing the potato through isn't as easy as chefs make it look but I found if I put the bowl in the sink and then leaned the lower handle on the sink and pressed down, it was much easier and kind of fun.The potatoes came through very fluffy but really once you add the milk and butter, they become creamy so I don't know about this "fluffy mashed potatoes" I keep reading about. But using the ricer is much more consistent than mashing...not a chance of lumps so they're very very smooth. I'd definitely recommend this product.
A. R. Shylo: Decent capacity and relatively easy to use, although I now wish I had bought the one with the compound leverage for easier squeezing.