The Dry Ingredient and Herb Dispensing Unit is an apparatus to store and dispense powdered and/or granular material.
Inventor Kenneth D. Schultz of Tyndall, MB has created an apparatus to store and dispense powdered and/or granular material.
Many everyday items come in a powdered or granular form. These materials must be stored in a location where they can be conveniently accessed for the task at hand. Then, each of these containers must be accessed with a scoop, or other measuring device to ensure that the proper amount of material is being used. This then requires the scoop to be cleaned and stored as well. Inventor Schultz has created a means by which powdered and granular material can be easily stored and measured for use.
This clever new invention is for use in kitchen or laundry room environments. The smaller version holds spices, baking soda, baking powder, herbs, and the like. The medium version holds laundry powder and detergent. The large version holds flour, sugar, and other bulk items. The various modules snap together to provide a dispensing station. The use of the Dry Ingredient and Herb Dispensing Unit allows for the storage and dispensing of powdered and granular ingredients, in a manner which is not only quick, easy, and effective, but convenient as well.