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How to Dry Wine Glasses

Get your wine glasses and
other stemware dry in a flash.

DryMeister Available at Amazon
How to Dry a Wine Glass

Why use DryMeister to dry your

delicate stemware?

You don't need to wait for your stemware to air dry anymore. With DryMeister, you no longer need to worry about breaking a glass drying with a towel. Plus, drying the inside of your stemware immediately after washing helps prevent water spots from forming.

"Air drying your glasses on top of a rack (or even just your counter) increases the risk of water spots forming. I strongly recommend drying your stemware immediately by hand after washing rather than just letting it drip dry itself."

Maximilian Riedel, CEO and President of glassware company RIEDEL

How It Works


Open Drying Head Wrapper

After you've washed, rinsed, and shaken out excess water from the stemware, open up a DryMeister drying head.

DryMeister Drying Head


Attach Handle to

Drying Head

Simply attach the handle to the drying head by turning clockwise. Now, you're ready to dry.

How to Attach a DryMeister Drying Head


Quickly Dry

Wine Glasses

Maneuver the drying head inside the wine glass to absorb and lock in water droplets left inside after washing.

Drying the Inside of Wine Glasses

Quickly Dry Your Stemware
Between Uses

DryMeister dries your stemware right after it's been washed. Reduce the risks associated with air drying - water spots, dust, and breakage.

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