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Easy to clean dish rack/drainer

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malin100 Sat 17-Sep-16 01:20:18

I've got no draining board and currently have a two tier stainless steel draining rack with stainless steel tray. In a very hard water area and doing several loads of dishes a day (we have no dishwasher nor space for even a countertop one, as much as I'd love one), I find it gets very grimy very easily and it's a pain cleaning all the nooks and crannies of the metal rack, plus the tray never looks clean even if I scrub it.

Have been searching for something easier to clean. Ideally two tier as well - it definitely needs to hold A LOT at a time or it would do my head in, think glasses, mugs, plates, bowls, a pan or two plus cutlery, in one wash load.

Ideally it would also be not too modern looking as it's a cottage with everything else being quite traditional. In saying that, the closest I found so far is the extendable Joseph Joseph one for being easy to clean but it's not two tier and is definitely modern.

Any suggestions?

malin100 Sun 18-Sep-16 10:48:58

Bump - anyone?

barefootbird Thu 22-Sep-16 21:22:11

Any good? It cleans up nicely with washing up liquid and holds a huge amount. I think how easy it is to clean would depend on the size of your sink.

badg3r Thu 22-Sep-16 21:30:55

We have a stainless steel rack but underneath one of those big ikea chopping board. I got so fed up with the big pool of hard water in the collection tray. The wood is good because it absorbs the puddle and looks nice. Flip it upside down every now and then do it doesn't warp. IKEA also do a nice wooden drying rack that Durante show water marks. They are so cheap you can chuck/burn it and get a new one each year.

malin100 Fri 23-Sep-16 14:58:45

Barefoot, thanks but that one is too high for the space I have

Gaspard Sun 25-Sep-16 20:53:42

The Joseph Joseph. Small, compact and easily cleaned with a brush and white vinegar. I also live in a hard water area and I love it.

malin100 Sun 25-Sep-16 22:17:50

Gaspard, which one? I was eyeing up the Extend one but not convinced it would have the capacity I need.

Gaspard Sun 25-Sep-16 22:36:46

That's the one I have and the extendable bit is very useful. But then I have a dishwasher so I'd suggest actually looking at one in a shop to see if it'll meet your needs. If not practical, you could order online and return it if it's not what you're looking for. Happy shopping!

Gaspard Sun 25-Sep-16 22:41:28

Sorry, I see you'd already looked at the Joseph Joseph and I agree that it's definitely modern looking. Wish I could be more helpful.

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