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Prince Lionheart The Complete Drying Station: Now Anti-Microbial!

07/04/2009 at 04:00 PM ET

Got bottles or sippy cups? Whichever way you clean/sterilize, you’re going to need to air dry them, and you might like Prince Lionheart’s The Complete Drying Station ($15). This drying organizer accommodates all sizes of bottles, cups, nipples, spoons, forks and cup parts. It also has accessory hooks for pacifiers, teethers and toys and an extra compartment for sippy cup valves/parts. It’s also treated with an EPA additive to inhibit the growth of microorganisms that can cause odors and mildew.

I liked the way The Complete Drying Station was set up — the organization was terrific. There was a place for all the bottle and cup parts that I needed to dry. I also liked that the flange on the bottom of the rack tilted down into my sink (giving even more drainage for the rack).

– Nancy

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sil on

i need one! but maybe i don’t find it here in Italy?

Jennifer on

we have this, but the part which dangles the pacifiers is not practical, so we took that piece off. It’s a good drying rack, very sturdy, and not flimsy like other racks that I’ve owned.

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