Press Art Lemon Squeezer Review
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Provided by Press Art
Reviewed by Jordan Sward
I love squeezing fresh lemon on everything from tea and water to seafood and chicken, but there's one thing I don't love: the mess it makes. The Press Art Lemon Squeezer makes it super easy and clean to squeeze and pour fresh lemon juice. When I found out there's a product that could forever eliminate the chance of lemon juice flying across the table, I just had to check it out. Simply place a lemon slice in the squeezer, press down to extract the juice, and pour perfectly onto your food or drink. The small dish catches just the right amount of juice and the easy-to-pour spout is small enough to catch any unwanted pulp or seeds.
This lemon squeezer is much nicer than other citrus juice extractors for a variety of reasons. With the Press Art Lemon Squeezer, you get a controlled pour with no drips, so you don't get lemon juice on your fingers or risk staining your table cloth. I especially love the juicer for entertaining. It looks classy on a dinner table, and is much more elegant than any other method. I like to put one on each side of the table when you're serving a fish or chicken dinner. What's even better, the squeezer is completely dishwasher safe to make your life easier.
Gone are the days of making a mess of juicing a lemon. Whether I'm cooking, baking, serving dinner, or simply want to add a touch of citrus to my water, the Press Art Lemon Squeezer makes it much easier. Plus, you get more juice than if you were squeezing a lemon by hand. Half of a lemon slice in the squeezer will make as much as a quarter or half lemon by hand. The amount of juice that gets caught in the dish is the perfect amount for whatever you use it for.
As for the product's durability, it's manufactured in France, from top quality food-grade material that's BPA free. It's resistant to detergents, high temperature dish washers, and the acidity of citrus fruits. Plus, it's unbreakable by hand, so I think it's safe to say it might last you forever, no matter how many times you use it.
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