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DryMeister Tips & Tricks: How to Insert a Drying Head

Updated: May 5

Welcome to the first blog of our Tips & Tricks four-part series, dedicated to helping you get the most out of using your DryMeister. If you've ever struggled to reach the far corners and bases of your favorite water bottles, carafes, and vases, to name a few, DryMeister is here to show you the easiest way to get there.

Connecting the Drying Head and Handle: Ensuring a Secure Fit

DryMeister Drying Head

To ensure a positive drying experience, securely connect the handle to the drying head. No one wants a drying head to come off and get stuck inside. To help prevent this rare mishap, give the handle an extra twist to make sure it’s tight.

It’s actually easier to hold a drying head in one hand and screw the handle into it with the other hand.

Getting into Small Openings: Lead with One Drying Arm

How to insert a drying head sounds pretty obvious, but read on. The Standard size drying head is designed for openings 1.25” wide or greater, while the Small size drying head fits into openings 1” wide or greater. These are the absolute smallest size openings each size drying head is designed to go through. If you follow this next step, you should never have a tight fit using the correct size drying head for corresponding openings:

Just before inserting a drying head, lead with one drying arm first, and then follow with the rest.

Important Note: Mind the Size of the Opening

While DryMeister is a versatile tool for various container types, it's crucial to match the drying head size with the container opening. Attempting to insert a Small drying head into an opening less than 1” wide may result in it getting stuck inside your container. If you’re unsure about the opening size, grab a ruler or tape measure to double check. DryMeister will not fit inside an opening that is 7/8" wide or less.

Stay tuned for more insightful tips and tricks in our ongoing four-part series! We're committed to making your drying experience with DryMeister a satisfying and enjoyable one. Next time, we'll be exploring techniques for drying the sides of containers. Until then, happy drying!



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