A baby bottle drying rack can be handy when you wash your baby’s bottle, and you need a place safe and quick to dry them. They are capable of drying bottles much quicker than air drying does. A baby bottle drying rack will keep your baby bottles in a safe and clean place until you need them. As they (bottles) will be placed upside down, it will prevent them from being exposed to germs and bacteria, plus they fully drain all the water drops out. Although a bottle drying rack does a lot more, aside from drying bottles, it can dry other baby gear such as pacifiers, sippy cups, teethers, and breast pump parts. Many models can dry a lot of bottles and accessories at once.

How to Make Your Choice

There are lots of bottle drying racks in the market, so before buying one, you might want to consider basic factors like;

-Size: Ideally, a rack that won’t take much space is better if you have a small kitchen or counter space.

-Cleaning: You won’t want a rack that will give you more work to do, so get one that is easy to clean.

-Quality: Get one that is durable enough.

-How many bottles and accessories is it capable of holding at a go?

-Does it work with glass bottles? You should consider this if you’ve glass bottles or plan to buy glass bottles.

-Does it spin? A baby bottle drying rack that spins makes things easier to reach.

Below are the very best bottle drying racks out there.

OXO Tot Bottle Drying Rack

This bottle drying rack comes with flexible elevated tines that allow ventilation and quick drying. The model is on the large side, so it is ideal for moms with a big kitchen or large space on the kitchen counter. It features open areas with raised ribs that provide space for small parts and keep them away from water, and the bottom corners are shaped to make pouring out water easy. This drying rack is also ideal for utensils, straws, and medicine droppers, making it quite useful as your little one grows and transitions to sippy cups from bottles. It is capable of holding 8 bottles at a go, including their parts. This drying rack is dishwasher-safe and does not store molds.

Philips Avent Bottle Drying Rack

This beautiful design baby bottle drying rack can effectively dry 8 bottles, bottle nipples, pacifiers, teethers, breast pump parts, and other baby accessories. It features a detachable drip tray that allows for easy disposal of water. For moms who have varieties of bottles in various shapes and sizes, this rack is a good pick as it works well for any type of bottle, be it glass or plastic feeding bottles. This portable rack is ideal for a small kitchen because it does not take up much space. Philips Avent Baby Bottle Drying Rack is easy to wash, assemble, disassemble and store, and it is relatively cheap.

The First Years Spin Stack Rack

This portable baby bottle drying rack comes in two layers. It can accommodate up to 16 bottles or a combination of baby items such as bottle nipples, teethers, pacifiers, sippy cups, and more. It also has two adjustable spinning levels that spin easily for easy access and drain directly into the kitchen sink. This bottle also comes with an optional drip tray, so your counter will stay dry while you’re using it. It is dishwasher-safe and easy to assemble, disassemble and store. It is super affordable and a good choice for moms who want a quality, likewise budget-friendly drying rack.

Munchkin Sprout Drying Rack

This baby bottle drying rack by Munchkin is beautifully made and comes in bright colors. The portable and lightweight bottle drying rack is compact enough to take with you when traveling. It is capable of holding 12 bottles of all sizes at once, plus accessories and utensils. Aside from bottles, the baby bottle drying rack can also hold both adult and baby cups and breast pump pieces. It features a handy, slotted drip tray that holds accessories in place for thorough drying of even the smallest pieces and a built-in reservoir that captures all the water that drops from the bottles and accessories. It is efficient for draining and has a spinning base that helps ease access. Although the rack accommodates a large number of bottles, it does not eat up much space still. In addition, it is affordable, easy to set up, and clean.



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