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Silicone Kitchen Funnels, Collapsible Funnel Set for Water Bottl

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Silicone Kitchen Funnels, Collapsible Funnel Set for Water Bottl

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Product description

Specification:
Funnel set includes: 2 pack blue large funnel-diameter 3.39 inches height of 4.13 inches with smaller funnel mouth 0.55inches, 2 pack green small funnel-diameter 2.48 inches height of 2.76 inches with bigger funnel mouth 0.63 inches, 4 hooks and 1 cleaning brush as gifts.
MATERIAL: Food grade silicone
COLOR: Blue and green


Are you still using regular plastic or stainless funnel in kitchen? Why do you use such space-consuming stuff while they are not actually frequently used?
It’s time to try our super space-saving collapsible silicone funnel!


Features:
Safe and Healthy: Made of durable and long-lasting 100% food grade silicone, the collapsible funnels can be used without any risk.

Multiple-use: The small funnels can be used for transferring liquid or powder, either ingredients for cooking and drinking like oil, spice, beer and coffee, or cosmetics for beauty. Funnels with two sizes of the caliber can sit stably on different containers, like water bottles, dispenser and mason jar.

Space-saving: The kitchen funnels are foldable and flexible, collapsed to store in the drawer or hung on the wall after use to optimize space utilization. They are must gadgets at home!

Warm Tips:
Please do not use any metal brush to clean the funnel set.
Please clean the funnels in hot water before first use.
Please do not expose the funnels to direct sunlight.

Silicone Kitchen Funnels, Collapsible Funnel Set for Water Bottl

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