Introduction: Glass/Cup Dish Drainer
Do you have too many glasses piled up on the conventional dish drainer waiting for an accident to happen scenario? Or is it that those glasses and cups just don't drain properly stacked up like that? To solve that issue why not give the glasses and cups their own drainer instead.
It only takes just a few items -- some of which or maybe even all of them may be right there in your very own home.
Step 1: Items Needed:
- Plastic serving tray
- Elevated drainage rack (Rubberized one will not rust. Otherwise, a stainless steel one has to be scrubbed periodically.)
- Rubber washers (or whatever they're called)
- Strong multi-purpose glue
Step 2: Glue on Rubber Washers
- Work on a clean dry surface.
- Add a little glue to bottom of washer
- Wipe off any excess
Step 3: Position Washers
- Position each washer by eye-balling the distance for each one.
- You want to make sure it's stable and not rocking, in order to support heavy loads.
- Put a little glue on each one and press on firmly.
- Let dry a little before turning over.
Step 4: Position Completed Rack
- Now that the rack is completed place it next to the sink.
- The tray is elevated to allow it to dry underneath.
- Place rack on the tray.
- It's ready to go to work.
Step 5: Doing It's Thing!
- You remove glasses as they dry for storage.
- Clean rack every day or at your discretion.
- Clean tray periodically.
- You can leave trays out or store them away.
- You can use to dry those "odds & ends" type items.
- Helps to keep kitchen organized.
1, 2, 3 -- Done!!!
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