Dish drying tip

Don’t you hate it when you wash bowls or jars, put them out to dry, and then they are still wet inside a day later? If you put them upside down to dry no air can get inside them and they never dry. Boo.

Next time you wash bows or jars just put them on a cookie cooling rack. That way air can get up inside and they will dry quicker. Yay!



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  1. I call this a cooling rack, but, I get your drift 🙂
    Thanks for the good tip!

    • Hahahahahaha!! You are so right. Do you know how many times I read this post before I posted it? I can’t believe I didn’t catch that. Thanks for letting me know. I corrected it. Hahaha. I’m still laughing about that. Thx.

  2. Wow! That is so clever…why did I never think of that? I have struggled with the same issue for years! Great thinking out of the box! 😛

  3. That’s a great tip–never would have thought of it!

  4. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing at Fun to Craft’s Spring has Sprung Party.

  5. I do the same thing. My Pampered Chef stackable cooling racks are nice and sturdy and can hold alot of weight at once too!

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