To effectively dry water bottles after washing and rinsing them, be sure to shake out any excess water before using DryMeister to dry the inside.
How It Works:
Take a DryMeister drying head out of the wrapper - the Small size fits in openings 1" wide or greater, and the Standard size fits in openings 1.25” wide or greater.
Attach the Handle to a Drying Head - simply screw the handle into the drying head.
Insert DryMeister into your water bottle - maneuver the drying head inside to absorb and lock in any moisture.
The corner at the base of a water bottle is often called the "heel". To get this dry, use the silicone tip to pin down or trap one of the drying arms into the heel. With some pressure, the drying arm will wick and lock the water in, leaving the heel dry.
Heel: The lowest portion of the bottle where the body begins to curve into the base.
Problems with other commonly used methods to dry water bottles include:
Air Drying or Bottle Drying Rack: This method can take hours or days, it doesn’t work well in humid or cool environments, and it exposes the water bottle to dirt, dust, and scum build-up.
Paper Towel: This method takes time and may leave paper fiber residue.
Cloth Towel: This material is difficult to maneuver in small bottle openings, and is prone to exposing the inside to bacteria from using a dirty kitchen towel.
Why Dry the Inside of Water Bottles?
Ensuring proper drying of water bottles is essential for hygiene and preventing bacterial growth.
Drying the bottom of your water bottle helps reduce scum and old water build-up that can turn into mold.
Fast and effective drying allows you to properly store dried water bottles immediately after washing; this contributes to maintaining cleanliness and clutter-free kitchen countertops.