Prepworks by Progressive Collapsible Dish Tub
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- Medium-sized, multi-purpose, collapsible tub for all your household needs; 9.25-quart capacity (2-1/3 gal), 11.5” x 13” x 5.5” open
- Also ideal for outdoor uses, such as weeding, icing beverages, and campsite cleanup
- Collapses to 1/3 its original height (about 2”) for compact storage
- Rigid design allows tub to stand on its own; raised feet allow water to flow underneath
- This item is Grey/Frost colored with a frost colored rim and bottom is made from stiff polypropylene while the center grey band is flexible to collapse. Dishwasher safe
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Handy for use all around your home, this all-purpose, medium-sized collapsible tub from Progressive International is perfect for washing dishes, cleaning the floor, hand-washing delicate clothes, and more. It's even ideal for using outdoors, such as for weeding your kitchen garden, or icing beverage bottles on the back deck, or even for cleanup at a campsite. Design details include round feet that raise the tub off the ground and handles integrated into the rim of the tub. And when you're finished using the tub, it collapses to one-third its original height for easy storage--to just 1-3/4 inches. It has a 10-quart capacity (2-1/2 gallons), and it's dishwasher safe for easy cleaning after your chores.
Multi-purpose tub collapses to 1/3 its original height when storing.
Great for washing dishes, cleaning floors or even soaking your feet.
About Progressive International
After 38 years in business, Progressive International is still dedicated to creating functional gadgets, tools, food-prep items and household products to make your cooking and meal preparation more efficient and fun. Located in Kent, Washington, Progressive's products are sold in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, and other international markets.
Progressive Makes Cooking Cool
More than a workspace, the contemporary kitchen is the heart of the home where we connect with family and friends, and Progressive's philosophy of product design aims to create the perfect balance of form, function and value for your kitchen. The design process pulls from many different research methods such as ethnographic research, consumer testing, surveys, and in-home observations, identifying real life problems in the kitchen that translate to fresh, new ideas for smarter products.
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My only complaint, if you can call it that, is that I didn't have another one for the other, (rinsing), half of my double sink and I've just remedied today that with my order for a second tub.
Another reviewer mentioned that it might be difficult for an older person or someone without much upper body strength to collapse the tub. I have to agree with that because the tub's construction and the material have to be tough enough to stand up to being opened, used and collapsed at least once a day, every day, and sometimes more than that. And they do.
Since I am an older person, (75 and a half to be exact), and was also diagnosed with Parkinson's three years ago, this is definitely an issue for me. While it's true that I can't hold the tub up in the air and collapse it because my arms are just not that strong, I have no trouble at all if I set it upside down on a stable surface, such as the kitchen table or the double sink's divider, and shove it down with my forearms.
Incidentally, I do not consider myself "elderly" and only apply that term to someone who is fifteen years older than myself. (With the exception of Betty White, of course.)
All in all, this tub is everything it's cracked up to be and I would recommend it to anyone without hesitation.
I got this to replace our creepy stained greasy old plastic dish pan, which probably has a future as a cat box... or maybe it WAS a cat box. Anyhow, this looks and feels like a major kitchen upgrade (Neighbors will soon be thanking us for elevating property values!). Everyone should have one of these!
We use one dish tub to throw all the used dishware and utensils in (soak with water and biodegradable soap once we're ready to clean up). We use the second dish tub for either 1) collecting gray water, or 2) putting in clean, recently washed dishes (to dry). We considered a collapsible dish rack for the second purpose, but found the dish tub to be more versatile. On certain road trips, we'll throw snacks in the tub for easy grabbing during a long drive. We've even collapsed one and used it as a makeshift food tray for messier eats.
Dish tubs are light and can be collapsed to a convenient, compact size. The quality seems to be on point since I haven't seen any deterioration on the material yet. I will say that when I first used these, I was scared to collapse them because I thought the rubbered area was going to rip or break as I manhandled it down. For me, it requires a bit more upper body strength to collapse.
I've attached a picture of the dish tubs on our recent camping trip, taken as we were unloading our junk and piling it onto the picnic table to sort out later.
Highly functional at home and on the road. I'd recommend it for any RV or car campers. Oh, and perfect for when you're hand-washing laundry too.