Let’s be clear: Dish racks are kind of the worst. In an ideal world, you wouldn’t need a way to drip dry dishes because you’d have a dishwasher, all dishes would magically repel grime and be sparklingly clean immediately after you were done using them.
But I live in a New York City apartment, and so I must cede a relatively large proportion of my precious counter space to a dish rack, or spend my hours hand-drying piles of dishes. In my decade of living here, in various apartments, I’ve gone through half a dozen dishracks: the multi-level wooden kind, the roll-over-the-sink kind, the big-old-tub-with-wire-frame kind, and a sleek circular number. All of them failed me in various ways, as things subjected to a daily onslaught of damp dishes are wont to do. They cracked or leaked or were impossible to clean well enough to remove grotty spots and became kitchen eyesores.
And then, dear friends, I encountered a dish rack that is as good as dish racks get, at least in my experience: the simplehuman Steel Frame Dish Rack. It’s the rare dish rack that actually looks pretty nice. I imagine if you had a more put-together kitchen appliance scheme, as opposed to gathering them at random intervals as I have, it would look nice among your glinting stainless steel appliances.
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