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ORDNING Dish drainer, stainless steel,

Price $ 34.99

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This stainless-steel dish drainer has space for 29 plates – and a whole bunch of bowls and glasses. Like the style? In the same series there are also matching stands for both flatware and kitchen utensils.

Article Number100.181.94

Product details

Holds large plates with a dia. up to 13" as well.

Designer

Mikael Warnhammar

  • Height ca. 20" incl. base with dia. 13".

    Most suitable for round plates and side plates.

    29 plates fit for drying at the same time.

  • Material
    Stainless steel
    Care

    Handwash only.

  • Assembly instructionsORDNING Dish drainer100.181.94

Measurements

Length: 19 5/8 "

Width: 10 5/8 "

Height: 14 1/8 "

  • ORDNINGArticle Number100.181.94

    Width: 11 "

    Height: 2 ¾ "

    Length: 19 ½ "

    Weight: 4 lb 12 oz

    Package(s): 1

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We bought it to storeGILESWe bought it to store bread on the bottom and salt, pepper, sugar and butter on the top. It works great!5
Looks like a great ideaRenataGot rid of it. Looked like a great idea at the store but it was too big at overcrowding by the sink.1
Space SaverBarbaraGreat item for organizing drying dishes - great space saver.5
Products okNoraProducts ok1
Worth the moneyARJUNSturdy and useful !!5
RustyHan G.I’ve only had this for two weeks and it has already rusted at the bottom. Due to the design of the bottom water cannot effectively drain, plus the steel is probably not good enough.1
Not stainless steel?Kelly M.Does not look like the picture, not at all shiny. Not sure what I’m missing, but it appears to be galvanized steel? Or at least it’s coated in a grease or film. I’ve been wiping and scrubbing it down and black residue continues coming off. Not sure how this is supposed to hold items to eat off of if it’s this dirty.1
Fashionable & FunctionalDianneDesigners say you need to pay attention to both form and function, and IKEA did just that with this dish rack. The Ordning is both compact and nice to look at-a vast improvement over the traditional plastic ones that are an eyesore in today's modern kitchen. Well done IKEA!5
Simple and usefulIdoVery versatile . Simple . Sturdy . can place allot of cups and plates unlike other similar products5
We have a small kitchenJACOBI’m happy with it. Saves room on the counter. Recommend a dish drying pad underneath.5
Love itClaudiaLove it5
Nice and HelpfulSiavashNice and Helpful5
Great dish drainer. Would be great having dish drainer tray matching this size.ZibeydaGreat dish drainer. Sturdy and accommodates lots of dishes. Easy to assemble. Would be great if there would be a dish drainer tray matching ORDNING dish drainer size to put under.5
The dishes only go oneAshtonThe dishes only go one way or they’ll slip and fall out I came to find out. Aside from that there’s nowhere for the utensils and no sort of attachment4
Slots too narrowBruceThe plate slots are definitely too narrow. (As noted by others). Bottom level is great BUT it should be a little higher off the countertop so you can easily slip a drain pan under it. Another problem: no place for utensils.3
Very easy to assembleYuridiaVery easy to assemble5
Looks professionalAnonymousI like the 2 tier appearance and it is good for a small kitchen4
Like itNellyI would love it if it had a tray.4
Great for trailerBoneydayI bought one of these awhile back and it fits perfectly in my cabinet in the trailer and holds my plates and bowls. Bought another one for the other cabinet5
Very helpfulChristinaVMBought this for my mother in law and she loves it, we dont have a lot of counter space so it saves room and makes the dishes look nice while drying.5

Material

What is stainless steel?

Stainless steel is found in everything from building structures and cars to sinks and knives. It’s easy to see why it has so many uses. Stainless steel is hard and durable and has good resistance to corrosion – namely rust. It generally has a low nickel content, and for IKEA products we mainly use stainless steel that’s nickel-free. Like many other metals, it can be recycled again and again to become new, hardwearing items – without losing its valuable properties.