Polder 6116 18/8 Stainless Steel Dish Rack

 
List Price: $34.95

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Product Description

For the urban, modern kitchen, this stainless steel Dish Rack holds 12 plates and glasses of various sizes. A removable 3-compartment caddy keeps utensils separated. A rimmed-edge tray collects excess water and easily removes for drying.

Air-drying dishes instead of using bacteria-laden towels is the safest way to handle them--ask any health department. Using a dish rack also provides an alternative to risking delicate dishes and glassware to the rigors of a dishwasher and to wasting a dishwasher cycle to wash just a few items. The trick is to find a dish rack that's attractive enough to leave on the counter and that won't become covered in soap scum as plastic racks often do. This rack from Polder meets these criteria--it's made of mirror-finish 18/8 stainless steel so it cleans easily and completely. The rack has slots for 12 dishes and a section for glassware. A three-compartment utensil holder hooks on the rack's wire edge and can be removed to take flatware directly to a drawer or storage box. The rack's bottom tray has a rimmed edge to catch water as it drips off dishes. --Fred Brack

Features:
  • 18/8 stainless steel dish rack
  • 18.5 inches x 12.75 inches
  • Stainless steel
  • 18/8 mirror-finish stainless steel
  • 18-1/2 by 12-3/4 by 4-3/4 inches

Customer Reviews:

  • Dish Rack for a Lifetime of Use
    I was very pleased to find a dish rack that I know will last me a long time. I had gone through so many of the rubber dish racks because they got stained or run down, but this one is awesome! Not only does it look great in most kitchens, but the stainless steel looks very classy. It fits quite a few dishes and the utensil holder is also large enough to hold my silverware with room to spare. I would recommend this to anyone who has had difficulties with standard dish racks. It is definitely a bargain in the long run....more info
  • dry dishes
    We ordered this dish rack with inspiration from my sister-in-law. She has a stainless steel one also and we have always admired it. We really like this system. It was a little longer than we had hoped for, but it does the job nicely. the only change we would like to have is for the utensil holder to have higher sides....more info
  • How nasty could it be?
    Like another reviewer said, the water just stands in the bottom and there is no way for it to drain. I paid, what I consider to be a lot of money for a dish rack and it stinks....literally. Don't waste your money on this one....more info
  • Disappointed dishwasher
    I bought this exact same dish rack from another company ... . I liked this dish rack for the stainless quality and for looks. I was very disappointed that it has no sides, therefore cups and bowls, etc fall out continually. Nor does it hold many dishes at one time. The drained water stands in the bottom tray and has to be emptied with each use. The stainless steel will indeed last forever, but not in my house....more info
  • too small, rusts
    I actively dislike this dishrack. As noted, plates and bowls slide out because of open sides, it's too small for anything but VERY casual use (don't buy it if you do all your dishes by hand), and contrary to the PR, it does indeed rust. Water catches in the bottom and has nowhere to drain, so you end up with an unsanitary pool of water under your dishes. Not recommended....more info
  • Not the best stainless
    This dish drainer is a knockoff of similar and more expensive ones made from heavier guage stainless. The stainless is particularly thin on the underside of the rack near the utensil bin. As a result, rust stains formed on the bottom tray shortly after I started using it. I placed small clear plastic suction cups on both sides of the bottom tray at that end to keep the rack out of direct contact with the tray and water. This seems to help.

    The rack has a good capacity. The water in the tray does not drain, but usually evaporates completely overnight. This will entail some occasional cleaning of the tray if you want to keep it looking spiffy. ...more info
  • Bad Investment

    Complete waste of money. I wish I kept the box so I could have returned it to Wal-mart. This rack started rusting within three weeks after using. The rust has gotten on some of my dishes. And just as the other reviewers have already mentioned, the stupid pan has no drain! Very poorly engineered product. I bought this dish-rack thinking it would look nice in my new house. Avoid at all costs!...more info
  • really stainless steel!
    i was worried about getting a rack that would rust (as i had read negative reviews about other products). this one has not disappointed! well worth it to spend the extra bucks and get a quality product.......more info
  • Nice, small sized dish rack, but stainless steel rusts
    This is a nice looking dishrack, and is the perfect size for me - I live by myself and always wash my dishes by hand. The only problem is that within the first week the tray started rusting, and now the rack itself is beginning to rust. As well as washing my dishes, I have to wash the rack too! I've used this rack for a little less than half a year, and am looking to replace it now....more info
  • Not the best stainless
    This dish drainer is a knockoff of similar and more expensive ones made from heavier guage stainless. The stainless is particularly thin on the underside of the rack near the utensil bin. As a result, rust stains formed on the bottom tray shortly after I started using it. I placed small clear plastic suction cups on both sides of the bottom tray at that end to keep the rack out of direct contact with the tray and water. This seems to help.

    The rack has a good capacity. The water in the tray does not drain, but usually evaporates completely overnight. This will entail some occasional cleaning of the tray if you want to keep it looking spiffy. ...more info
  • Good quality
    Love Amazon's price and free shipping! Product arrived very quickly. Overall, a good product and looks very nice. The only flaw is - the cereal bowls don't fit the rack very well and keep slipping....more info
  • Needs a tray that drains
    This dish rack looks awesome in the kitchen, but isn't big enough to hold a lot of dishes. The lay out is such that it fills up pretty quick. Since it's only my wife and I, it suits our needs, and any overflow goes into the dishwasher to dry. The only think I don't like about this rack is the bottom tray, which is neither inclined nor any holes for draining. What more is there to say...it's a dish rack, and serves it's purpose. Yes, it's pricey, but should last a lifetime and I can't say enough about how good it looks in the kitchen....more info

 

 
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