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I’ve never wanted a dish rack sitting out on my counter top, which is why I would call the Rubbermaid dish rack ‘revolutionary’ because my mind is now changed. I know, it sounds dramatic, but seriously, this rack is pretty & looks great in my kitchen. No more nasty stained, flimsy plastic dish racks that are not even close to sturdy enough for expensive cookware, flatware and pots that need hand washed. No more eyesores sitting out on the counter top, and no more risking your most loved dishes being ruined by piling them in the sink or sticking them in the dishwasher.
This rack is sleek and made with much thought. There are no sides on the rack so it can hold large platters and cookie sheets. It is perfect for bar ware and good enough to be a holding spot for your precious china as it air dries or as you hand dry each piece yourself. The silverware container is removable, so if not needed, removing it provides even more space for plates, pan & platters. It also makes it very easy to clean. I especially love the wide rows, they are all the perfectly spaced with the back two rows giving even more room for pans. It resists mold and mildew with Microban, which is an antimicrobial protection product.
The Rubbermaid Dish Rack was so pretty that while I was at Target I had to buy 2 of them. I was able to get one for 15% because I am a Target Cartwheel card holder & they were having a special offer. Are you familiar with Cartwheel? I simply downloaded the app to my phone and whip it out during check out for them to scan. I’ve been amazed by the savings through Cartwheel.
So what did I do with my second Rubbermaid Dish Rack?
I used it to organize my daughters art supplies! The minute I saw that it did not have sides, I knew it would be the perfect thing to organize supplies & hold canvases, frames, mats and finished projects. The removable plastic container for utensils is perfect for her paintbrushes, pencils and markers. She loved it and it is modern & cool enough for my 13-year-old to be ok with having it in her room.
One more idea I had for the Rubbermaid Dish Rack was to use it when we eat buffet style. It would look great sitting on a buffet table holding plates in between the rows, and flatware in the utensil section. The little foot up front is a perfect place to lay a pile of napkins. I would even take it outside to set up for a buffet style picnic!
As for storing the rack when not in use, I plan on adding a hook in my pantry to hang it. Again, it is pretty enough that I don’t mind looking at it and don’t feel like I need to hide it away. I want it out in the open, easy to grab.
So how would you use the rack? Has poorly made dish racks kept you from using one? What do you think of this Rubbermaid dish rack?