Collapsible Colander

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  1. Flamenca

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    Just bought a 2.8 litre collapsible 'Colour Works' colander by Kitchen Craft which will take up a fraction of the space of the 'old' rigid colander. Very pleased with this purchase (y)
     
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    Like mine so much I bought three when they were in B&M !!
     
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    We bought one and Mrs P loves it. We also kept one of the collapsible casserole dishes we were selling as they are so handy. Over to freezer and back to oven.
     
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    Being anti slip too - when not in use we leave ours permanently on the table as a fruit bowl
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    Bought the Outwell collapsible kettle too :) superb !
     
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    I bought a collapsible grey waste bucket for the truck. It really is surprising just how much space a traditional 5ltr bucket takes up.
     
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    We bought two of them but have a hole in one already !
     
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    I checked ours when it arrived. There is a hole, but at the top, Dear Liza.......:)(y)
     
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    I bought 2 of the collapsible buckets from B&Mjust for purpose of emptying grey waste when we are pitched with the awning up. After a few days, filled one bucket, put it round back of MH whilst I filled the second. Went to pick it up to go empty both and found the first had collapsed, grey water all over grass. Put second bucket down and went to refil first, came back, you guessed it, second bucket collapsed. I just hope no-one was watching as I felt a right plonker.
    May as well have left grey water tap dripping haha. :doh::doh:
     
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    Indeed :)
     
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    No its not surprising. I guess it takes about 5 litres of space :LOL:
     
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    No, that's the liquid capacity of the bucket. The unit itself takes up more space then 5 ltrs. :)


    That shot you down, clever git............:rofl::rofl:;)
     
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    Nice try but............
    Thats why I said about 5 litres.
    Thats you shot back down even cleverer git..............:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:X2
     
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    Yep - we have this too - it is just fab
     
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    For straining your veggies! Bloo** He**, what size of portions are you eating?:imoutahere:
     
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    I bought a collapsible collapse, don't know how I managed without one before, collapse into a chair, collapse into bed and when you've done with it, it takes up no room at all. (y):LOL:
     
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    There ok but ours leaks
     
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    I thought that was the purpose of a colander :giggler::giggler:
     
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    Not if you turn it upside down, (try straw dear Henry):whistle::roflmto::roflmto::roflmto:

    Flook:coolest:
     
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