Ikea Chopping Board Dralla Reviews
Product Type: Ikea gadgets
Newest Review: ... next in the pile. I'll probably buy another pack of two next time I can face venturing to Ikea! Unlike some more expensive ... more
Customer Ikea Chopping Board Dralla Reviews (14)
by - written on 15/10/11 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Going back to when my husband and I were still together we would occasionally take a trip to ikea where he would huff and puff as I added things to the trolley which we probably didn't really need but looked like they would serve a purpose in our home. More often than not the items would end up shoved in a cupboard somewhere so he was probably right in huffing and puffing but one item that we did use for quite some time was the set of two ikea dralla chopping boards. What grabbed my attention about the chopping boards back then was the price initially because at £1.99 for a pack of two it offered excellent value. On closer inspection I noticed that the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I bought this from Ikea for just under £2. I already have a chopping board which is a big sturdy thing made from glass but I liked how this one is so thin that it is very light and I am beginning to struggle to lift my glass board without it causing my wrists to ache so thought this could come in useful. I wasn't sure if it was just going to be quite gimicky and hopeless with it being so cheap but thought for the price I was paying I could just throw it away if it did turn out to not be useful. The board is very thin, about 2mm thick and is 29 by 37 cm which is just slightly smaller than the original chopping board that I own. It comes in a variety of colours, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/11, updated on 17/03/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
~Chop chop!~ *********** The idea of a set of super thin flexible chopping boards that may work to help cut down on the use of extra dishes/ plates, was something that I have to admit I almost scoffed at when I first came across these simple plastic Ikea kitchen boards. Although I was rather taken by the price (as they were really cheap) I felt they would probably end up consigned to the back of the cupboard in the 'I bought these because they looked like a useful kitchen item that has actually turned out to be too much trouble to set up' corner. Having bought many so called 'time saving' kitchen gadgets that have all been consigned to oblivion (due ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/11 (Very useful, 109 readings)
When it comes to kitchen hygiene I like to think that I am quite good. I studied Home Economics as an A level and kitchen hygiene and safety played a big part in this. The one thing that we were always taught was to use different chopping boards or to wash and clean down a chopping board after using different food materials. I have always stuck to this rule, even when I moved out of home. One of the first chopping boards that I had was a really good and sturdy wooden chopping board, but I had to throw that one away as where you were doing the cutting was leaving incisions and this meant that it was looking tatty and I was worried about bacteria getting into the groves .. Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Whenever I visit Ikea I am an absolute nightmare for just impulse buying and always leave with random things that I don't even really need! Last time I went I ended up coming home with a rubber ice cube maker in the shape of hearts (why, really??), some plastic coloured cups and straws, and a chopping board - none of which I needed or thought I would use! My Grandma always used to tell me I should use a chopping board so maybe that was in the back of my mind when randomly putting one in my trolley, but what made it worse was that the colour choices were red or green, neither of which go with my kitchen!! The Ikea dralla chopping board comes in a pack of two, I ... Read the complete review
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