High and Dry This concept, long popular in Europe, elevates the sink-side dish-drying rack to a whole new level. Water drips into a removable drainage tray, and the whole thing can be concealed behind a door. It's great for those without a dish-washer or for anyone who wants to add a touch of European style. From Snaidero
Since Mrs. Maiju Gebhard launched her idea in 1945 of the Drying Cabinet for Dishes, the Finns have used it. The hand-washed dishes, pots and pans are rinsed and left to dry above the kitchen sink. This has remained merely a Finnish oddity, also seen somewhere in Sweden and Italy. Not all the households have dishwashers, not everything can be washed in them. Once everything is dry, you replace them into their original place. No need to dry anything by hand.
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