TikTok's Favorite Space-Saving Dish Drying Rack Is on Major Sale
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When it comes to small kitchen hacks, TikTok has the answer for seemingly everything.
Short on cabinet space? Hang your pots and pans to add personality to your kitchen. Short on fridge space? Grab some clear storage containers and add to the 2.1 billion views #fridgeorganization has already amassed. Or, if you're short on counter space—something many of us can relate to—try this over-the-sink dish drying rack, which happens to be on sale now at Food52.
The space-saving dish rack is intended to sit over a single or double sink, freeing up your counters and allowing your dishes to drain directly into the sink below. Both the rack and caddy are designed to promote airflow, helping to cut down on drying times.
But, what really made the dish drying rack go viral was its rollable design. Once you've put away the dishes, roll the dish rack up and tuck it in a drawer or beneath the sink to minimize clutter in your small kitchen. When rolled, it measures to be a compact 20.5" W x 3" L.
The practicality of this viral roll-up drying rack doesn't stop there. It's heat-safe up to 550°F and the silicone mat can be used as a trivet for hot pots and a cooling rack for cookies, bread, and baked goods. Plus, it's handy for washing produce and vegetables. You can also pop the utensil cup out and it doubles as a pint-sized colander.
Constructed from BPA- and BPS-free, silicone-coated stainless steel, it's sturdy enough to support cast iron pans and food safe for draining garden-fresh lettuce and herbs. The perforated ledge is great for bottles, cups, and odd-shaped objects. Use the extra-wide slot to balance large pot lids and washcloths, and the built-in utensil caddy to corral silverware, knives, and spatulas.
The space-saving dish drying rack, normally priced at $45 is on sale for $36 at Food52. Consider it a sign to take TikTok's advice and finally tidy up your cluttered kitchen.
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