HOT Sauce Bottle Holder With "HOT" Printed on Front // Kitchen Organizer // Sauce Tray


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My daughter is a huge hot sauce fan and had been saying that she couldn't keep her hot sauces organized or in reach in her cupboard (she's a little on the short side!!). I printed this hot sauce display holder for her to keep her favorite hot sauces organized and within easy reach!

Holds 5 standard sized hot sauce bottles and the front says it all - "HOT"! This stand can also be kept in the refrigerator, but should be kept away from heat source as it can begin to warp at 120 degrees F. We also have a listing without the word HOT on it!

The stand is 3D printed in biodegradable PLA plastic in Saratoga Springs, NY and measures approximately 7.5 inches wide by 6 inches deep by 3.5 inches high and the bottle slots have a 2 inch diameter. This item does take about 15 hours to print, so please allow at least 2 days before I can ship it.

Hot Sauce Display Holder is designed by MikeRenz and is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license. ( Printed by me - Bits 3D and Pieces

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