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HIC Aluminum Funnel for Liquids and Dry Goods, 8-Ounces
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- HIC's Aluminum Funnel makes transferring liquids and dry goods into dispensers and storage containers effortless with less mess
- Made from aluminum to be lightweight and strong; will never rust, crack or chip like a plastic funnel can
- Great for kitchen, bath, garage and shed
- Wide opening for easier pouring with less mess; change, fill or refill contents quickly and easily
- Funnels nest together for compact storage; hand wash in warm, soapy water
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HIC's Aluminum Funnels make transferring liquids and dry items a breeze! They're a great addition to kitchen accessories. Quickly change, fill or refill contents for easier food preparation. Refill cooking oils or the vinegar bottle, or canisters, dispensers, and food storage containers with bulk foods, like sugar, flour, rice, grains, and other dry goods. These kitchen tools are versatile for many tasks around the house, too. Easily pour health and beauty products, like shampoos, conditioner, hand soaps, lotions, even pet supplies with ease. They feature a wide opening for easier pouring with less mess. Stash a funnel in the garage with lawn care and gardening supplies for grass seed and fertilizer, or in the shed for pool chemicals. Made from aluminum to be lightweight and strong, this metal funnel will never rust, crack or chip like a plastic funnel can. They nest together for compact storage. Hand wash only.
Top Customer Reviews
The key word is gently. The metal is paper thin and you can easily crush it between two fingers. And mine got exposed to the flame of an alcohol burner and it melted in a few seconds, before there was time to rescue it.
Honestly, you're probably just as well off with a few sheets of aluminum foil. Given how cheap aluminum is and how much they charge for this, they could have stamped it out of 12 gauge aluminum and then maybe it would be useful.
It's just not sturdy enough for kitchens. It might serve in a garage for dealing with gasoline or cool oil.