If your feeding regimen includes baby bottles, you'll need to wash them. That's where a bottle drying rack comes in handy. All of those small spaces inside the bottles are hard to reach with a towel, so it's much easier to just set the bottles on a drying rack until they're ready to put away. These baby bottle drying racks range from small to large, and simple to ultra-stylish, and each one does its job quite well.
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This sleek, modern drying rack can hold up to eight baby bottles, along with the lids and nipples that go with them. On the bottom is a drip tray that is detachable. Once bottles are dry, you can take off the drip tray and empty the extra water for fast cleanup. If you'd like to set the bottle rack on a drying board or directly in the sink, you can simply take off the drip tray and set it aside. You can take the whole thing apart for storage or to run it through the dishwasher.
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The Sprout drying rack from Munchkin is fantastic if you're on a tight budget. It's large enough to hold up to twelve bottles and accessories, but comes in at less than half the cost of some other drying racks. The slits in the plastic base allow sealing disks and other small pieces to stand upright while drying, and let air flow into the base to dry up any water that collects. There's even a little cup in the center for spoons and straws. This rack spins for easy access to all of... the drying bottles.
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Short on counter space? This adorable drying rack can be squished closed so it takes up very little space (less than 4 inches diameter) between uses. In addition to the spindles for drying bottles, there are some little slots in the top for drying straws or spoons, as well. There are no spaces on this drying rack that can collect water.
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This well-built drying rack from Munchkin has two independent spinning racks on two levels so that you can dry bottles and cups of various heights. It holds up to 16 bottles with their accessories, and then can fold down almost flat for storage. Bottles and cups can fit over the spindles, lids, rings and odd-shaped pieces can lay on the trays, and nipples can slide into the slits in the trays. There's a little slide-out piece at the bottom that collects water so you can empty it in the sink.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
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The raised washboard bottom of the OXO Tot drying rack keeps the eight bottles and accessories from sitting in water so air can flow around easily. A removable cup can be used for spoons or other feeding accessories. You'll need to tip it over the sink to drain any water that collects, but you can also run this drying rack through the dishwasher occasionally (on the top rack) so that it is thoroughly sanitized.
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If you love bold modern design, you'll love this cool drying rack! It's designed to look like a small section of grass, but the blades hold the things you need to lay out to dry. Feeding items of all shapes and sizes can fit onto this rack, and excess water collects in the bottom tray. The pieces come apart for cleaning, and should be hand washed. You can also add a Twig accessory if you'd like to have extra, elevated space for bottle nipples and other small parts (Buy on Amazon.com)....
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You can toss this one-piece drying rack in the dishwasher to clean it when needed, and there are no seams or cracks to hold water or get gunky. It's a simple but effective way to dry all of baby's feeding accessories. Since it's just one piece, it's also easy to stash in a cabinet between uses.
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