March 21, 2012
The OriginalTM Dish Drying Mat
The OriginalTM Dish Drying Mat is the new solution to the age old tradition of placing dish towels on the counter when hand washing pots, pans, dishes, and glassware.
The unique, laminated design combines a thin layer of foam between two layers of high quality, super absorbent microfiber.
1. Superior absorbency; holds 4 times its weight in water
2. Cushions delicate dishes and stemware
We tried this mat in multiple places to see how it worked - under dishes as they were drying, under our sick to catch any water or condensation from the sink pipes, and under our small appliances. I found that the mat worked well unde the sink to catch drops or moisture, and under our small appliance to keep it from moving. When we left cups upside down on this mat, the moisture seemed trapped inside so they did not full dry, but if things were propped up and air could escape then the mat worked superbly. My suggestion would be to angle items so that air can escape and this mat will dry your dishes very well.
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