This Fancy Dish Rack on Amazon Is Worth Every Penny
How much would you spend to actually like hand-washing dishes?
Nothing stops me from tackling a new recipe or cooking a big, indulgent meal faster than the thought of after-dinner dishes. Even if you’re actively cleaning as you go and are blessed with a dishwasher, I find hand-washing is almost always inevitable. That's why when I came across a product — a hefty, mother-of-all-dish-racks — that might make me despise this factor a little less, I had to try it out for myself. The Sabatier Expandable Dish Rack is not going to do your dishes for you, but it definitely makes the process a little less painful.
Let’s start with the size of this thing: It’ll definitely take up some space on your counter, but when that means drying multiple pans, wine glasses and utensils with ease, it’s a small price to pay. And while most dish racks require either a towel or some type of mat underneath to absorb all the residual water dripping off your squeaky-clean dishware, Sabatier’s version comes equipped with a drain spout, which allows you to control the direction of the excess drainage. Just position the rack to drain directly into your sink.
I also like to use the expandable drain board to create extra storage space, perfect for after-party clean-up or when I need somewhere to store four extra pots. And if you’re worried about your expensive plates, the rust-resistant wires are designed to protect your dinnerware and enamel cookware from chipping. Finally, according to reviews on Amazon and our own experience, this rack is easy to assemble, and the removable utensil caddy comes surprisingly in handy for putting away cutlery.
The price tag might seem a bit steep at first, but when you consider all you're getting: size, quality and serious function, this dish rack essentially pays for itself. Plus, waking up to a kitchen full of clean dishes is a truly priceless experience.
So, go for it, and use every pan in your kitchen. This is a dish rack that can handle it all.