RINNIG Kitchen utensil rack


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Article Number303.872.60

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Mikael Axelsson

Article Number303.872.60
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  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.


Length: 12 ¼ "

Width: 4 "

Height: 4 ¾ "

  • RINNIGArticle Number303.872.60

    Width: 4 ½ "

    Height: 3 ¾ "

    Length: 12 ¼ "

    Weight: 10 oz

    Package(s): 1


VersatileLisaActually using it for my grandkid's desks. Holds lots of markers and crayons. The flatter party is perfect for erasers, etc.5
Perfect for brushes and spongesMichelleSize is just right next to the kitchen sink5
Do not put in Dishwasher!!!Theresa K.I put the utensil rack into the dishwasher for a deep clean. The middle piece/separator broke off, melted onto the heat element of the dishwasher, and then stuck to the bottom of the machine. I wrongly assumed such heavy duty plastic was dishwasher safe, but that middle piece is not secure. Other than that, it works fine - does tip over with larger utensils.2
Kitchen toolKarenI hope it works for holding kitchen utensils in the sink. The style and color work well in any kitchen.5
Functional and AffordableShonnaUsing in our travel trailer. Easy cleanup and easily stored.5
Excellent productRogerExcellent product4
Wish it had either suction cups or more weightRitaI like the look and function of this for my dish brushes and sponges next to my sink - however, it gets knocked over frequently. I wish it had some suction cups that would adhere it to the counter or if the base was heavier, perhaps then it wouldn't keep tipping over.3
Great For Silverware!LISAThis was just what I needed to put wet silverware in to dry. I was laying the silverware down on a drying matt. This takes up less room and leaves no spots. It holds quite a bit and doesn't tip over which was my concern. Great price too!5
I use it as a shower caddyKimfits perfectly in my tiles shelf5
Super handyROSESuper handy4
Better than expectedAkilahHolds large utensils5
RinningMLike that it’s small enough fit near the kitchen sink ,and I like the sleek design look .very functional item5
Simple Sink organizer.KeithI bought glass soap/lotion dispensers I bought a few years ago from IKEA ($.99 USD at the time) and fits purfectly. And for handheld dish scrubber and sponge to.5
Perfect drainerANAIt’s the perfect size for a small sink area, steady and holds enough silverware5
love itannieIt helps to keep sponges and brushes organized by the kitchen faucet. It looks nice and is inexpensive.5
Perfect fitKRISTINAFits the Ike’s sponge perfectly. Also fits the ikea clear dispenser... I put my dawn soap in there and use the pump so it’s easier than grabbing that large dawn bottle. Plus it’s breathes at the bottom Bc of the holes! So no nasty watery moldy résidu5
Great for utensils!Hannah A.This tiny thing packs a punch! I can fit three wooden spoons, a can opener, a cookie scoop, my avocado slicer (also IKEAN), small spoons and forks, and some tongs.5
Excellent to keep your sinkPatriciaExcellent to keep your sink surroundings organized.5
Works well.NancyWorks well.5
Art on a cart!IteachartDue to Covid19 i must teach ART on a cart to grades k-6 at two different schools. I used the Rinnig inside a tall container filled halfway with water to have a place for the kids to put their brushes when finished painting. Works like a charm!5
RINNIG Kitchen utensil rack

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