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How to Dry Reusable Water Bottles, Wine Glasses, and Baby Bottles

After you have washed and cleaned your water bottles, wine glasses, and baby bottles, you usually end up with some condensation and left-over water still inside. Trying to dry those hard-to-reach areas can be impossible. Water often sits inside the neck or base for days, creating mildew, discoloring glass, or leaving hard water spots and scum behind.

Reusable Water Bottles

Because bacteria thrives in a moist environment, it's important to dry the inside of the water bottle after washing. Air drying can expose water bottles to dirt, dust, excessive moisture, and scum build up. Now you can actually dry the inside of your water bottles with DryMeister.

"Improperly cleaned water bottles may present a potential contamination risk and thus be considered a risk for foodborne illness, particularly to those at higher risk such as immune compromised people, older adults, and young children. According to the FDA Food Code, water is considered a food. Reusable bottles are therefore food-contact surfaces requiring proper cleaning and sanitizing." The Cleanliness of Reusable Water Bottles

Wine Glasses

Protect your wine glasses from breakage, finger prints and water spots. You don't need to wait for your stemware to air dry anymore. With DryMeister, reduce the chance of breaking a glass while drying it with a towel. Plus, drying 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

Baby Bottles

Air drying can expose baby bottles to unwanted dust, germs and excessive moisture. You don't need your baby bottle drying racks anymore. Say goodbye to air drying and drying racks. With DryMeister, you can immediately dry out the inside of your baby bottles.

According to the the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the best practice is to let your baby bottles air dry. "Place bottle parts, wash basin, and bottle brush on a clean, unused dish towel or paper towel in an area protected from dirt and dust. Allow to air dry thoroughly. Do not use a dish towel to rub or pat items dry because doing so may transfer germs to the items." CDC website

DryMeister Steps: How to Dry in Seconds

  1. Open Drying Head Wrapper: After you've washed, rinsed, and shaken out excess water from the bottle or stemware, open up a DryMeister drying head.

  2. Attach Handle to Drying Head: Simply attach the handle to the drying head by turning clockwise. Now, you're ready to dry.

  3. Quickly Dry Water Bottles, Wine Glasses & Baby Bottles: Maneuver the drying head inside the water bottle, wine glass, or baby bottle to absorb and lock in water droplets left inside after washing.


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