Re: Best sink strainer?
Posted by hj on January 28, 19101 at 08:42:55:
In response to Re: Best sink strainer?
The best one that does what you describe is a "Spin-n-Grin" that has a stopper that screws into the strainer to seal. It will not pop up or down by itself and seals perfectly tight. They are used on boats to ensure that waves cannot backup into the sink.

: We have a kitchen sink strainer that is a removeable crumb cup that moves by itself from open position to closed, which is really annoying. It is also hard to get it in a position that will completely seal the water in the sink. We've decided to replace them, but can anyone recommend one that doesn't close by itself and locks easily that doesnt let water drip out? There must be a good quality one out there somewhere, anyone have a similar experience and have a good model for replacement? Thanks.




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