Lazy Susan Components?

Answer The Lazy Susan, originally referred to as the dumbwaiter, originated no later than the 1700s and may date much farther back in Chinese culture. Current models vary in shape and size, from tradition... Read More »

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How to Disassemble a Lazy Susan?

A lazy Susan uses a rotating bearing to allow one pieces of material to rotate on top of another. A lazy Susan displays more items than a standard fixed shelf and increases the storage capacity of ... Read More »

How to Remove a Lazy Susan?

A Lazy Susan is a very helpful kitchen aide, but when it is no longer needed it becomes a waste of space and needs to be removed. There are two main types of Lazy Susans and each requires a differe... Read More »

Who invented the Lazy Susan?

The Lazy Susan is a rotating tray often used to store spices. Larger Lazy Susans serve as shelving units. According to the Los Angeles Times, there is debate as to who invented the Lazy Susan. Some... Read More »

How do i adjust a lazy susan?

Remove all items from the Lazy Susan and set them aside. Locate the bracket that supports the Lazy Susan. These are found underneath the actual apparatus. Lift the Lazy Susan with one hand, look un... Read More »