q: cheese grater design problems?
I am researching problems/weaknesses with design products in the kitchen, or more precisely: cheese grater. Speaking of them I have few questions:
1. How often do you use the cheese grater?
2. What type of cheese grater do you own? (concerning its design, ex. does it have a handle or is it a classic cheese grater? etc.)
3. Is there another product/tool that could replace the cheese grater in your kitchen?
4. What's the most difficult thing about grating cheese?
5. When cleaning your grater what are your greatest problem? (cutting yourself, takes a long time, not able to clean it through enough)
6. How many sides of the standard 4 sided grater do you use?
7. What is the most common problem with graters (time taken, not enough surface area, one direction grating, the ache from repetitive action, slipping of the grater, too small container, bloody knuckle problem)?
8. What is the ideal size for a good grater?
-Large (A grater you place on the table)
-Medium (A a hand held grater no longer than 15cm or 5 inch)
-Small (A greater you hold in the palm of your hand no longer than 6cm or 2inch)