I am great to have a small in sink dish drainer which plays multiple roles. It is my good heaper whenever I am busy preparing food and washing dishware.
Most of them come with an adjustable feature. It fits well even in a single basin of any compact kitchen. Plates can be organized vertically while drying. Anyhow, it may hold a little number of plates as its size is less than the standard countertop drying rack. Some of them attach a utensil holder for you to hold spoon, fork, and cutlery in a tidy way.
You’ll notice the first three options on this page look like a basket. It is easy for me to move all the washed dishware in the basket to countertop when I want to use that basin.
If you want to keep mug or pot lid like what I usually do after soup cooking, drying rack that features basket shape is an ideal pick because it offers deep storage space. It can be used as a drying rack for vegetables or fruits. This is the reason why I said it is multi-functions.
The last one is the collapsible type. It can be collapsed to reduce its height so space-saving when not in use and store in the kitchen cabinet. Click the check price button for access to the seller’s webpage to see a video which is showing how to collapses and reduce two-thirds from its original height.
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