BLANCO’s sink accessories turn its bowls into a Swiss-army knife of sorts in the kitchen.
August 23rd, 2021
It’s true that details make all the difference. Like how the right shoes and belt elevate a dapper suit, the right sink accessories would not only upgrade the kitchen aesthetic but also ensure an ergonomic workflow. With BLANCO’s matching sink accessories for the German brands’ stylish sinks and bowls, prepping and cleaning become easier and more efficient.
Made of high-quality stainless steel rods and available in two sizes (425mm and 440mm long), BLANCO’s foldable grid is perfect as a draining rack for all types of dishes and cookware. Due to its flexibility, it can be set up in a zig-zag shape allowing delicate drinking glasses to be laid in a secure tilted position to dry.
In a small kitchen, the foldable grid also comes in handy when additional space is needed for placing dishes or produce above the bowl. In fact, who needs a colander when vegetables can be rinsed directly on the foldable grid since it sits snugly atop BLANCO sinks, thanks to the slip-proof silicone strips. This indispensable accessory can even be folded up and stowed away to save space.
Another useful accessory that can be used for rinsing produce or simply as practical storage when washing utensils is BLANCO’s Corner-Caddy. For flexible use of the sink bowl, the Corner-Caddy can be placed on either corner of the sink bowl at any time. It works well to hold a dishwashing sponge too.
Indeed, space-saving and ingenious accessories are essential in small kitchens. Apart from the foldable grid and Corner-Caddy, BLANCO also offers multifunctional colanders, custom-fit cutting boards and moveable rails, all of which are attachable to BLANCO sink bowls for an easy, safe and fun cooking and cleaning experience.
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