Review – OXO Tot Bottle Drying Rack

Review – OXO Tot Bottle Drying Rack

I’d like to think our kitchen is clean and tidy, but I’m not certain it’s always going to be ‘baby clean’. We already have a draining rack next to the sink for our dishes, but I was lucky enough to be sent the OXO Tot bottle drying rack.

It’s a simple idea, but a really good one, and the unique design makes it both easy to use and clean.

  • Fits at least 8 disassembled baby bottles and their components
  • Deep walls contain water and corners are shaped to easily pour out excess water
  • Flexible tines elevate bottles, teats and breast pump parts to allow for ventilation while open area with raised ribs provides space for small parts and keep items away from water at the bottom of the tray
  • Cup attaches to multiple areas of the tray and is ideal for utensils, straws and medicine droppers
  • Non-skid feet allow for stability and make it easy to lift
    The rack is very easy to clean and can also be put in the dishwasher. The bottom tray has channels that allow the water to run away from the bottles and lets the air circulate to dry the products. The tray at the bottom is easily tipped of the water that drained away, and it’s not messy.

    The rack has a removeable draining cup which can be removed and washed out easily. You can stand cutlery and dummies in it to dry.

    The raised coloured spines are great for standing bottles between and because the design is simple with no unnecessary crevices it stays clean and you can ensure any dirt or grime is easily seen and removed.

    I’ve put ours on the other side of our sink in the kitchen and find it really hand for any baby related items. I’m sure it will come in even more handy when we get round to the weaning and eating stage.

    If you’d like to see the rack in action have a watch of this video that I found on YouTube.

    I am very impressed with both the quality and the design of the bottle drying rack, although it may seem like a luxury product to buy, once you’ve used it, you will realise how helpful and indispensable it becomes.

    *PR Sample*



    1. 1st February 2014 / 11:40 pm

      That looks good. I wonder if it would be good for wine glasses too?

    2. 1st February 2014 / 11:54 pm

      We never had one of these but it does look very handy and useful!

    3. 2nd February 2014 / 8:42 am

      Since my baby is now 15 *sobs* I'd have to find other uses for this, like my mini glass milk bottles I pull out for parties ^_^

    4. 2nd February 2014 / 9:26 am

      Good idea for new mums. I worry about my draining board harbouring bacteria.

    5. 2nd February 2014 / 12:47 pm

      WOW this is a fabulous bit of kit, I'm going to look it up for my cousin who has had her first baby – really impressed with it 🙂

    6. 2nd February 2014 / 12:57 pm

      What a fantastic idea to stop clean bottles and accessories rattling around on the draining board before going in the steriliser. Great product for new mums 🙂

    7. 2nd February 2014 / 1:45 pm

      What a great rack. Where was this when I had my son? I

    8. 2nd February 2014 / 6:27 pm

      oooh! this IS a good idea! Tom and I got a dishwasher eventually as we argued to much about the washing up but I wonder why they all don't have this feature! x

    9. 2nd February 2014 / 7:02 pm

      Sounds a great idea, I shall let my brother know who is expecting my niece (well his gf is) in April.

    10. 2nd February 2014 / 7:08 pm

      What a great idea – could have done with one of these when both mine were little!

    11. 2nd February 2014 / 7:17 pm

      Nice idea… perfect for people with a big kitchen… we wouldn't have a space for a 2nd drying rack, which is a shame

    12. 2nd February 2014 / 9:18 pm

      I have been after this for a long time sure will love to give it ago now .x

    13. 4th February 2014 / 2:51 am

      What a great little product. I could've really done with that when Miss J was small.

    14. 6th February 2014 / 1:55 pm

      Nice idea!! Didn't know about these or would have got one for Bee's bottles!

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