Fine Mesh Strainer

Fine Mesh Strainer

$6.95

After a lot of searching I finally found an inexpensive fine mesh strainer I like. The mesh is rolled into the rim and held firmly in place. The handle is one piece that runs through the strainer and isn’t spot welded on. It won’t pop off and because it’s stainless steel it won’t discolor.

Did I mention that this is a fine mesh strainer? It’s not so tightly woven that it’s hard to clean but unlike other so called fine mesh coco strainers it will actually catch all your mint and basically all of your ice shards.

Also, I think it looks fantastic! More importantly though, I suppose, is that it’s light and the basket is just the right size. I like that it’s handle is properly proportioned and isn’t so gigantic that it gets in my way!

  • Very fine mesh; catches ice and mint bits
  • Mesh is rolled into the rim
  • Handle runs through the rim; not spot welded on
  • Not too long; 6.5” total and 3” handle
  • Very light
  • Made of stainless steel
  • Dishwasher safe

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Additional information

Weight 24 g
Dimensions 16.4 × 7.5 × 5.6 cm
Color:

Silver

Brand:

Tatiana East

Material:

Metal

Dishwasher Safe:

Yes