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- 6.25 x 11 x 4.5 inch
- Made of durable ABS plastic
- Holds up to 2 quarts of crumbs and food pieces for easy cleaning and disposing of mess
- Includes brush/scraper that fits in front pocket, so you can easily sweep away mess without getting your hands dirty
- Conveniently fits under the counter, over the drawer or door to save countertop space
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Wish there was an easier way to get kitchen countertop mess into the trashcan? The Kitchen Art Scrap Trap is a handy scrap bowl that conveniently fits under the counter, over the drawer or door. Its design saves countertop space and makes brushing scraps off the counter a breeze. The bowl holds up to 2 quarts and includes a brush/scraper that fits in the front pocket of the scrap trap for storage, so you can easily sweep crumbs and mess away, without getting your hands dirty. Keep your countertops clean and dispose of scraps in the most convenient way with our Scrap Trap.
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This product is made of durable plastic that doesn't feel cheap or brittle. It's roomy, so it holds lots of cooking scraps, packaging, zip tops - loads of room to hold, and takes up ZERO counter space! That's really important for people like me, who have not so much a kitchen as a galley. It's like living on a boat, and counter space is at a huge premium, so a thing like this which allows me to just brush stuff from counter into the bucket without having to hold it or make room for it while I'm trying to prep my meals - man, it's awesome.
The design is smart - the lip is narrow, however, so do measure the width of your drawers to be sure that they are not too wide. I expect this will be remedied in a later iteration of the product, but for now, be aware that if your drawers are thicker than about 7/8", this will not fit. However, there's a nice cutout (well, an indent) to accommodate your drawer handles, and a built-in pocket to hold the scraper that comes with it: it's a sturdy plastic card with a brush on one end for crumbs and flour or sugar, and a tapered side for sweeping bigger bits into the bowl. When you're done, you just pop the card back into the slot, and it's always where you need it.
I love this thing and plan on buying several more to give as gifts - they're inexpensive and one of the most useful kitchen items I've tried in many years.
The depth of the Scrap Trap is NOT a burden. Before purchase, I was concerned that I would be bumping it to it frequently. That is no issue for us as it is relatively sleek along the cabinet line. I walk roughly the same distance from the island even when the Scrap Trap isn't hanging (so that I wouldn't bump into the drawer knobs).
We do tend to "hide it" when we have parties, though! =) Even if it was stainless steel, I'm not sure I would leave it out during a party.
Unfortunately, because the bin is rather large, it keeps me from getting as close the counter as I need to to reach certain items or get full use of the limited space. Because of that there's only one drawer I can attach it to and that is not the ideal one for quickest cleanup. The other downside is storage. Since I can't leave it on my drawer, I have to put it somewhere easy to access but out of the way when I don't need to use it and I don't have many storage options.
Still the item is so useful, I'll find a solution. It's indispensable when I'm making apple sauce and coring and peeling multiple apples. It also is a real time saver when making a vegetable soup. I wish it collapsed like some colanders do these days to make storage easier, but I'll live with it as it is because it really saves me clean up time. It holds so much, I usually only need one trip to my compost bucket on the back porch.
This isn't a big enough headache to deduct a star, though.