Magnetic Soho Spice Rack
Trust me. My current kitchen is under construction but I do know the first thing that will go up. This spice rack. I have the 5 spice version ... but none the less - this rack rules. It's easy to use. The magnets work. It looks great. You can actually tell what's in the spice jar.
"The patented Soho Spices magnetic spice shakers are made from stainless steel and not only protect the potency and flavor of the spices, but have the visual appeal that make them ideal for anyone who likes to cook, values an organized kitchen or simply has an eye for beautiful things. This patented design with twist-and-shake tops and magnetic bottoms make these shakers easy to use and put back without any hassle. Ideal for any kitchen, these containers will stick to most refrigerators and metal surfaces. Set of 12 shakers fits on a metal backboard measuring 12" x 9"."
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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 20, 2005 11:11 PM
PS - I had one of them fall off - due to the glue on the magnet slightly melting. They were stuck to my range hood over my stove at the time. I could not stick them to the front of my fridge because some stainless steel does not allow magnets to stick. It has stayed stuck on since I moved it to the side of the fridge. My feeling is that the heat liquefied the glue somewhat and allowed the container to separate from its magnet. So keep away from heat!
Forget about the 5 canister spice rack. Instead, buy the 5 canisters by themselves from http://www.improvementscatalog.com/product.asp?product=237237zz&dept%5Fid=10311 and stick them directly to your refrigerator. These are the very same containers, made by Soho Spices....just sold by themselves. I bought two sets of 5 and stuck them to the side of my fridge, in the tiny space where it sticks out from the cabinets, in a vertical line. People love the way they look (very space age) and I get comments all the time about them.