Dish racks for drying hand-washed dishes

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    Lightbrite
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    Do you have two dish racks on your kitchen counter top? One for fleishig. The other for milchig?

    What’s your strategy of drying hand-washed dishes on your kitchen counter top?

    Thank YOU in advance 🙂

    #1617413

    laskern
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    In our family we always had two dish racks and two dish towels,

    #1617417

    CTLAWYER
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    Yes, we have different racks, but the sinks are in different counters

    #1617418

    iacisrmma
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    Yes we have seperate dish racks as did my parents and grandparents.We have no “strategy” fleishigs is washed in the fleishigs sink, milchigs in the milchig sink put in proper rack and let dry. then use a towel for whatever droplets are eft on the dishes glasses or utensils.

    #1617838

    Lightbrite
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    Thank you all! Okay so I’ll get two racks 🙂

    Right now there are no racks. Just a dish towel (which is questionable).

    The kitchen counter space is limited, so I ordered one of those double decker/foldable v-shape racks.

    tbc 🙂

    #1617892

    MRS PLONY
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    Oh, Lightbrite, you are so cute. I have two dish racks, and Hashem always dries my dishes for me. The miracle of evaporation, and no need to fear unsanitary dish towels. Of course, if you don’t have a lot of people going in and out of your kitchen making your dish towels unsanitary then you don’t have to worry. But, yeah, definitely two dish racks.

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