This ‘strainer meets bucket’ is Australian made and owned, built to last and will make the task of soaking and rinsing a breeze 👌🏻
With so many possible uses from soaking cloth nappies and bibs to fruit, veg, toys and even dads paint brushes these are going to sell like hot cakes 🥞
Available in 3 colours, $59.95 each
Soaking is a subjective matter. Depending on the item and the objective how you soak will change. Soaking to remove stains often involves longer time periods and a relative agent to help break down the grime. Some people do it for 2 hours; others soak soiled laundry items for 24 -48 hours.
Kitchen soaking (good-bye pesticides) will often take less time and need a completely different approach, and then you have all the other "miscellaneous" items like toys, sporting goods & camping gear.
The Strucket is just like a regular bucket during the soaking phase. Simply fill with water and the best agent for your outcome and then let it marinate!
Once your items have soaked sufficiently, is when the Strucket can strut its stuff! When you return to your bucket simply pull the strainer from the bucket, click into place, separating the soaked items and leaving the dirty water behind!
Best of all, when the whole job is done all you need to do is release the plug that is built into the base of the Strucket and watch your dirty water drain away... without your hands ever needing to touch it!
How to use the strucket
Ensure that the strainer is sitting flat in the bottom of the bucket
Place your items to soak inside the strucket
Fill with water and soaking solution of your choice
Leave to soak
Return when soaking is finished and life the strainer from the water
Pull up the handles of the strainer, pulling the strainer up and over the side of the bucket and set down connecting it to the internal shelving connection points and anchoring the outer lip.
Walk away while the contents strains
Remove items from the strainer
Release water with the outside plug, smile and walk away - your hands never had to touch the water or the toxic mess at the bottom of the bucket :)