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Cleaning a Mesh Sink Strainer

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The sink strainer we're using is fine mesh... to catch all the food debris (as the other sink strainer didn't catch enough). But how can I clean it? Is there a way to clean the smaller food particles from the fine mesh sink strainer or should I just switch back to the other one and let the food go down the drain?

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Noel from Northern California

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May 23, 20060 found this helpful

I have one of those too... I think I'll try an old toothbrush to clean mine.

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May 23, 20060 found this helpful

Take it outside and blast it with the hose!

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May 23, 20060 found this helpful

I let it sit over nite, dry out some, & then tap it against the garbage can. Most falls out. I use a piece of paper from the garbage & scrape it as best I can. Corita, Illinois.

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May 24, 20060 found this helpful

I use my fingernail brush to clean it. I 've also used a old toothbrush,too. It works really great!!

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