Squeezo & Other FAQ

How To Assemble Your Squeezo Strainer

Kathy Pyorala, owner and distributor of The Squeezo Strainer, demonstrates how easy it is to assemble the Squeezo Strainer. Pyorala owns All Seasons Homestead Helpers and Best Products, a division of ASHH, in Vermont. All Seasons Homestead Helpers is an online distributor of fine kitchen, lawn and gardening appliances and equipment. The Squeezo Strainer is entirely Made in The USA. Visit us at All Seasons Homestead Helpers.

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