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Still troubled with the food will spill out when you pour the water?

Coolnice clip on strainer for pots can help you solve this problem. Make you have a happy cooking time!

Coolnice silicone clip on strainer just clamp one side, then clamp the other side, you can filter fruits, vegetables and pasta. The silicone kitchen food strainer is completely BPA free, safe and non-toxic, suitable for almost any pot, saucepan, bowl or similar container.

The best gift for those who like spending most of time on their kitchen. This silicone snap strainer can help cook cooking lover save more time and make more good food.

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