A sink sieve is a handy tool that is placed to catch silverware food scraps and other debris. The sieve allows the water to flow through while trapping the debris, and you can remove it from the drain to get debris disposal. The sieve part of a home made sink sieve is created of a piece of steel wire screen or steel wire mesh cloth. Allow 10 minutes to make a sink sieve.
Assess the opening of the drain where you would like to place the sieve. Pick a embroidery hoop of the dimension.
Just take the embroidery hoop apart.
Center and place the inner hoop over the drain opening.
Cut a piece. For example, if using a hoop, cut on on a 6-inch square of wire mesh fabric.
Center and place the wire mesh fabric over the inner hoop.
So that the screw is holding the two sides 14, unscrew the upper hoop. Set the hoop onto the hoop and center placed over the drain.
Press the best hoop over the hoop to encase the wire mesh between the two hoops. Don’t tighten the screw.
Hold the two hoops with your hand. Push at the middle of the mesh display down and into the drain to make a cup-shaped pocket. Until roughly 1/2 inch of the display is observable around the exterior of the embroidery hoop Proceed to push and mold the display into the drain.
Turn the screw on the outside ribbon to the proper to secure the net display in place. Continue to twist the screw until it cannot be turned.
Cut the surplus stainless steel wire mesh fabric flush with the embroidery hoop surface.