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There are many mysteries in the world of parenting. Where are all those lost socks? Why does the baby get sick whenever you’ve got a crazy day at work? And why won’t the bottles stay put on the dish drying rack? We can’t tell you where the sock gremlins live or keep away those inevitable sniffles, but we do have a great solution for keeping your baby’s bottles and pacifiers clean and off the counter.
Skip Hop has done it again with their innovative Splash Bottle Drying Rack. Its circular design saves you counter space while its rounded teeth let you store all your baby’s feeding accessories in one place. For nipples, straws, valves and other small items, there is a designated shelf on the bottom. This Splash Bottle Drying Rack also comes with a cleverly contained brush for scrubbing out those bottles. Then you just hang everything to dry and life has become a little simpler. All your bottles will be right where you left them, waiting for you when you need them. Besides being super helpful, the Splash Bottle Drying Rack will look great in any kitchen with its bold color and sculptural design. Dishwasher safe.
Integrated, rubber-gripped bottle brush
Makes cleaning bottles easy and convenient
Holds up to 9 bottles and/or cups
Keeps everything organized in one place
Makes it easy to access any item from the rack
Special "doodad shelf" for nipples, valves, caps, pacifiers
Keeps feeding accessories organized
Removable drip tray
Allows for easy disposal of water
Makes it easy for you to keep the Splash clean over time
Durable, Easy To Use, Easy To Clean
This is a great bottle dryer. I do not use wide neck bottles, but it fits 4 Dr. Brown's regular bottles plus parts. I also use it for sippy cups for my 2 year old.
Easy To Clean, Durable
This drying rack has 9 prongs, plus a designated drip shelf for nipples and other small pieces. But I found that wide neck bottles wouldn't fit side-by-side on the prongs, and their rings and covers wouldn't fit on the drip shelf, either. Ultimately, the rack could only hold 4 of our bottles at a time, and then there wasn't room for breast pump parts.
On the plus side, this drying rack was easy to clean, and it held up really well to daily use. I also liked how the bottle brush fit neatly in the middle of the rack, although I would have liked a nipple brush, too.
Click for a demo of the Skip Hop Splash Bottle Drying Rack.