I don't have a dishwasher so I needed a dish drainer for my dishes. I have a small double sink and small countertop. Most dish drainers are way to large to fit inside my sink. Except this one - the Rubbermaid Small Dish Drainer. I ordered the light color dish drainer. It fits perfectly inside my sink. The utensil holder holds plenty of spoons, forks, etc. and it unsnaps so you can attach it to other areas of the dish drainer. I like that the dish drainer is vinyl coated wire so there are no spaces to hold water. Some of those cheaper all-in-one plastic dish drainers hold just enough water to get mildew or moldy spots. I also like that the utensil holder can come off for the few times I will need to wash the holder. I am so happy that I decided to purchase this dish drainer. It is just what I needed for my kitchen sink.
Rubbermaid Antimicrobial-Treated Dish Drainer, Small, Chrome
In stock at Mountain View, 600 Showers Dr
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Rubbermaid Antimicrobial Treated Dish Drainer, Small, Chrome:
- Dish rack has 13 slots for dishes and is extra-deep for maximum capacity
- Dish drying rack is sturdy enough to hold stoneware plates securely
- Built-in Microban antimicrobial product protection fights stains and odor-causing bacteria
- Rubbermaid dish drainer includes a detachable silverware cup
- Measures 14.3"L x 12.5"W x 5.44"H
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Rubbermaid Small Dish Drainer
14.31 x 12.49 x 5.39 Inches
I bought one of these dish drainers and as I was looking at it in the store, I noticed right away that water would accumulate in the corner "cups" that the little feet go in. It has no where to drain out of the little cups the feet are in and will then eventually rust the feet. Duh. Since this is not something I'm wanting to replace any time soon, I decided before even buying it that I would put a tiny drop of Gorilla Glue in each little foot cup to keep water from getting in and accumulating there. It actually took about 2-3 drops for each, but I let each drop dry thoroughly in between drops since Gorilla Glue expands. It isn't really noticeable since the glues the same color as the khacki color dish drainer I picked. I think this will solve the problem. Time will tell, but I think I've definitely added some time to the life of my new dish drainer. See pictures of before and after.
Not sure I want to purchase this product now
I have been looking for a large red dish drainer and board to replace the one I have had for about 30 years. It just recently started with a rust spot. Not only can I not find the large in red anywhere although it is listed on your web site, but the reviews of your current products don't give me a good feeling about the quality of your product now. Need to start checking out other brands.
DO NOT BUY!!!!!
I didn't read reviews for this item before purchasing my chrome dish drain in my local Walmart. I use mine everyday and it does stay in the sink (double bowl), but after only a few months, the bottom wires are rusting. I tried to clean them with chrome cleaner, but with no luck. If I still have the receipt I'm going to return it to Walmart. I really expected better from Rubbermaid.
Not what Rubbermaid used to be, cheap, lacks quali
I have ALWAYS had Rubbermaid as I do all my dishes by hand (I'm 70, so I've done a lot of dishes). The drainers & drainer board used to be heavy duty, smooth surfaced, and the wire rack had a thick coating. My more recent purchases have been a great disappointment & frustration. I could buy something just as good from the dollar store. The board is slightly textured - so it is more difficult to keep clean of lime deposits. The drainer is thin, and the coating is not as cushiony. The biggest detraction is the silverware cup. The dividers used to come nearly to the top. They held the silver upright, and truly divided the sections. Now they are tiny little fins at the bottom that might as well not even be there. The silverware flops over. It is impossible to keep it standing upright. I find it impossible to keep my sharp cutlery separated from the silver, so I must be very careful when I remove the items. All in all, cheap - and there is no "upgraded" model to select if you wanted to spend the extra money to get one that is actually durable and designed well. Very disappointed.
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