Got lots of bottles to dry? We liked the Munchkin High Capacity Drying Rack for this job—the double-decker Lazy Susan has folding pegs to hold bottles and cups. It comes with a removable drip tray that can either catch water draining from the unit—or flip it over and it works as a drain into a sink.
In the real world, it worked well. Here are the pros and cons:
What We Liked
• Two levels = maximize drying space. We could put 16 bottles up there to dry at once, which was impressive.
• Easy to store. This drying rack collapses to store away. Plus it is affordable.
• Can drain into a sink. We liked how the Munchkin rack can drain into a tray or directly into a sink—if you have the room. That flexibility was a nice surprise.
What Needs Work
• Multiple parts—to lose. When collapsed, this rack has several parts . . . which will inevitably get lost, at least in our kitchen.
• Fragile. If you weight it down with too many heavy bottles, it can break. Test it first.
• Bulky. This rack takes up a good amount of counter-space.