I love being able to try out new gadgets and to share with you new products. With so many random products popping up both in our high street shops, to products online it’s like we are always being tempted to part with our money! It isn’t always simple to find products that are worth the money we spend on them and are fit for purpose. Because of this, when I was given the opportunity to bring you my AirDry review I knew I had to try out the AirDry Wine Glass Drying Rack and let you know how I got on. AirDry involves two things many women our age are quite passionate about – wine and keeping our house clean! You know I”m right.
Anyway, let’s begin our AirDry review!
What is AirDry?
I know I’m not the only one that likes to have a glass of wine after the kitchen has been closed for the night. The one thing that I absolutely despise is having to either wash out the wine glass and leave it to air dry, which it doesn’t do properly anyway. Or just leave it in the sink because I can’t be bothered with doing the cleaning and then the drying and then the putting away of said wine glass. Phew, even just typing that is quite tedious.
AirDry is a wine glass drying rack that also serves as a display prop. You can set your wine glass to, well, air dry, and not have to then faff with moving it to a cupboard. This makes the whole process of drinking wine easier, and that’s fine by me!
I like when things are simple, don’t you? I especially like when things can serve a dual purpose. So for me, it’s good to be able to have a kitchen gadget that is practical but also stylish. I can leave this on my work surface and not worry that it looks cluttered and ugly.
The Assembly Process
If you’ve been a reader of my site for long enough you’ll know that I tend to move quite often. Most of the time it’s from country to country! Which is why I need to be able to easily pack up my things when it’s time to move on. If the kitchen gadget isn’t easy to transport it really has no place in my home; so this is another benefit of the AirDry.
There are 2 parts to the AirDry – the top part is the one that has these little crab hands (that’s what they look like to me) and each of them has a rubber grip that ensure your wine glass won’t slip out of the gadget. The base of it is non-skid so that helps to keep it in place and not have it get knocked over.
Streak Free Shine
With all the moving comes all the breakage of glass and crystal. I haven’t bought any new wine glasses since my last move, but these little glasses are good enough. After a quick wash of my glass I put it upside down on the AirDry to dry and and in the morning the glass was streak free.
My favourite part of this process is that I don’t have to worry about rinsing and drying my wine glasses before I have guests. And that’s another shortcut that I can get used to!
If you liked our AirDry review and want to get your own then you’re in luck! We are giving one lucky winner the chance to get theirs. Enter the competition below and don’t forget to share it with your friends.AirDry Wine Glass Drying Rack Giveaway!