Funnels are everywhere. Funnels are used not only at home in the kitchen and in the shed, but also in many workplaces in our country, such as garages, factories and laboratories, for the hassle-free transfer of liquids from one container to another. Furthermore, it is essential that funnels are made of non-corrosive material so that the liquid is not contaminated during the transfer. Read more...

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Funnels as a home-garden-and-kitchen tool

A funnel really is a home-garden-and-kitchen tool, a house without even a single funnel is almost unimaginable. That goes without saying, because funnels are extremely useful. This appears, for example, if an attempt is made to transfer a liquid without using a funnel, in most cases this ends in a mess.

By the way, funnels can also be used for pouring dry substances. Just think of flour, marbles, peas and or even nails.

Funnels made of non-corrosive material

The funnels above are made of non-corrosive materials, which are materials that do not react with liquids. This keeps the liquid you pour over clean and there is no risk of contamination of the liquid. In addition, the clever choice of materials makes it easy to clean the funnels after use.

Creative applications

Funnels can of course also be used in many different ways. For example, you can nail a funnel to the wall at the eye, with the point downwards. If you place a ball of wool or garden wire in the top of the funnel and pull the strand of the rope through the spout of the funnel, you have an economical rope dispenser.

Around Christmas, funnels stacked upside down are painted or sprayed green and voilà, you have created a Christmas tree.

In summer you can quickly transform a funnel into a flower pot by hanging a large plastic funnel from the eye and filling it with potting soil. This is especially perfect for succulents and other drought-loving plants, because thanks to the spout, the excess water does not remain in the flower pot.

Finally, funnels allow you to easily turn funnels into eye-catching lamps. Pull the electrical wire through the spout in the inverted funnel and connect a lamp socket and the lamp is ready. All you have to do is give the funnel an attractive appearance and you have a functional lamp with a downward directed light beam for little money.

Truly, the uses of funnels are virtually endless.