Time and time again, customers who have purchased from our Sticks lazy susan catalog tell us stories like this: even after 10 yearsof daily use, my lazy susan still looks like new.
How can that be?
Answer: Handmade quality through and through. Every lazy susan you see in this catalog starts with the highest quality turntable bearings available. That means your lazy susan will turn easily, quietly and smoothly if it is holding nothing or even 100 pounds of food. The solid wood surface is designed to be used. Before the artwork is begun, the top and bottom of the wood turntable is sealed with a stain. Then comes the painting which ads more protection to the top. But that is not all: Additional sealant is applied, dried and then re-applied to the top surface several times. Everything in the Sticks lazy susan catalog is handmade in America with the idea it will be used for generations.
Care for Lazy Susans: Clean with warrm, mild dish washing soap. Do not rub with anything abrasive. Dry with a towel and do not let it sit in water or allow water to sit on it!
Where do you keep your Lazy Susan?
Most people keep it as a tabletop centerpiece. Both the messages and imagery will be inspiring. But you can also hang our unique lazy susans on the wall as an art piece. There is a 1/2 inch diameter hole on the back so you can easily hang it on just about any screw. Each lazy susans weighs just over 11 pounds. It's not that much but the screw needs to be in a stud or put into a sheetrock molly. The lazy susan is 1 1/2 inches thick when sitting on your table.