This stainless steel with mesh conical sieve is ideal for filtering soups, oil or any other straining where you want to strain into a pan or bowl without making a mess.
The best way to clean any sifter or sieve is to immediately give it a good shake after use, to help loosen the small bits of flour or purée that might be left behind. Soak in warm soapy water right away for about 15 min, turn the sifter upside down under running water and dry immediately.
Did you know that stainless steel is eco-friendly?
Stainless steel is a green product. It is 100% recyclable, as it is not coated with any toxic material it does not produce toxic run-off. A huge difference can be made by companies and individuals by simply choosing stainless steel over non-recyclable materials. During production, stainless steel uses scrap metal as its primary raw material , with up to 70% of the product coming from recycled material. Increased efficiency in process technology has also decreased the amount of energy required to manufacture stainless steel. Even if stainless steel is not recycled and it does find its way to a landfill or disposal site, it will have no detrimental effect to the soil or groundwater. Stainless Steel is the preferred material for green building throughout the world. Its impact on the environment is minimal when compared to other materials and its life impact reduces significantly as it used and