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Default Drying those ziploc and other plastic bags

From reading the thread in the main tightwad tip forum, I see a few that reuse the plastic baggies.

How do you dry them or What do you use to dry yours after you wash them?

here's what I use ...

It's a baby bottle dryer I got at the thrift store for .50


It doesn't take up much room on my counter beside the sink . Plus, it's compact and can be folded away and stored until I need it again.

Now I have a more convenient way of drying those baggies without having to stuff chopsticks or wooden spoons into the dish drainer making it easier to unload the dish drainer without having to rearrange the bags until they are dry.

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That is a really really good idea! I have a bottle dryer like that and never thought of using it to dry my bags...i just used utensils or waited til my drainer was empty and propped them up! Thanks for the great tip! I reuse my bags til the day lights are gone our of them!
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I stick them over glasses it keeps them open wide enough to dry well.

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