Divisible by Hansol Kwon

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After the tedious process of baking and possibly producing some sort of delicious goods, cleaning the used whisk is a challenging task all on its own especially if you’re working with a sticky mixture or thick dough. Getting the entire residue off seems to be impossible and takes forever without damaging the whisk itself, designer Hansol Kwon came up with the perfect solution that won recognition from the Red Dot Design Concept contest 2011. The Divisible is a clever design that simply divides in half, straightening out the curvy wires and facilitates easy cleaning. This hygienic cleaning solution also demonstrates space efficient storage ability.

 

via @yankodesign

 

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