Mrs. Anderson??s Baking Hand Squeeze Flour Sifter, Stainless Steel, 5-Cup Capacity
- 5-cup stainless steel squeeze sifter from Mrs. Anderson's Baking
- Stainless-steel construction
- Rotary blade design
- Tapered bottom
- Easy and convenient squeeze handle
Harold Import's squeeze sifter has a tapered bottom so that your food is sifted upon your desired target (bowl, pan, plate) instead of the kitchen counter. The stainless-steel sifter is easy to use, squeeze the handle and the rotary blades rotate across a fine metal screen. Never toil away with a crank sifter again.
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Here's what worked for removing 97.5% of that glue. I inverted a 3 1/2 qt saucepan on my counter, and covered it with a paper towel. Placed the mesh down so the pan/towels were supporting it. Sprayed WD-40 liberally on the glue areas, and let the overspray that ran into the towels, soak against the glue areas for a few minutes. I then sprayed the areas again, and then used an old toothbrush that I sprayed w/ WD-40 (often) to scrub the glue areas. The WD- 40 was then washed away w/ dishwashing detergent. Everything is clean, dry, and residue-free. Just a few tiny specs remain.
The label was adhere to the sieve using three large pieces of hot melt pressure sensitive adhesive.
The adhesive easily detached from the paper label and had penetrated the sieve mesh.
After two hours hard work I had only managed to remove about 60% of the hot melt adhesive.
As an adhesive expert I usually can remove this type of contamination within 5-10 minutes.
This time it was very very difficult because of impregnation through the mesh.
I even tried solvents but these did not work.
Because of the residual contamination the sieve is not suitable food applications.
This is a major packaging problem which needs to be communicated to your vendor and they need to look an alternative adhesive solution. Problem is only magnified by the current high ambient and shipping temperatures (above 90F)