By FDReese1 from Richfield, MN
I was reading in a magazine at the doctor's office about organizing a kitchen. The article advised removing your dish rack/drainer from the counter because it makes the kitchen look cluttered and use your dishwasher to drain the dishes. After washing my dishes I always dry them with a papertowel or dishtowel which is time consuming because my towels are not absorbent towels. Just wondering does anybody do this?
I prefer my dishes air dried. Fewer germs that way. I have a dishwasher and I never use the 'heated dry' option, I just open the door at the end of the last rinse cycle. I do use the heated wash option to sanitize my dishes. If I wash something by hand I put it in the drain that fits inside one side of my sink until it is dry and then put it away. Paper towels are wasteful and kitchen towels get expensive to wash plus they carry germs if you use them more than once.
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