I was replacing my wired dish rack every 6 months because I would notice rust building up. Even with regular cleaning (which I admit, I wasn’t fantastic about but still mostly kept up with) it would deteriorate far too quickly. As soon as the plastic wax coating would have even the slightest tear, the rust would take over.
With a little research, thanks to the Internet, I came across the Chefn’ CleanGenuity Garden Dish Rack.
- No Rust. Because it is made from a strong plastic instead of metal, I don’t have to worry about any sort of rusting.
- Fits nicely inside my double basin kitchen sink, which measures 14x16x8. I personally like saving counter space and it’s tough finding a rack small enough to fit inside my sink.
- There are two utensil holders that come off easily for cleaning. They snap on anywhere on the rack, so it’s convenient to move them around if needed or remove one for extra space.
- The rack has a mild slant to help the water drain out, which works well. This can also be closed, if the rack will be placed on the counter. The drain spout works well in releasing excess water.
- The construction is well-made and looks expensive. The round shape is unique. The spikes along the sides function in both keeping vessels contained and also hanging cups and bowls.
- Chef’n tests products not only to FDA standards but to EU and Japanese food-safety standards, which are more stringent. According to Chef’n, its products are free of BPA and melamine.
- It’s small. It works well for me since I wanted a rack that would fit inside my sink. But compared to other counter-top dish racks, it runs on the smaller side.
Overall, I am pleased with this dish rack. It serves its purpose, looks cute, all the while being BPA-free. It has held up nicely over the last 6 months. I purchased mine on Amazon.com @ Chef’n Garden Dish Rack. I’ll be looking at other Chef’n products when I need new goodies in my kitchen.
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