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DRYING THE INSIDE OF A BOTTLE SOLUTION

Updated on March 12, 2013

DRYING A BOTTLE SOLUTION

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SLENDER NECK BOTTLE DRYING

Sometimes you have to think outside the box to come up with a solution. And in this particular case it's thinking about outside the bottle to get inside the bottle to handle a tricky dilemma!

Have you ever washed a bottle -only to not be able to dry the inside? It's more than frustrating and it's more than just a puzzle of sorts in coming up with how to do this.

Whether you are doing this for a salad dressing cruet or even a small flower vase - the problem is still the same. Many people like to save wine bottles and beer bottles - and turn them into vases for outside picnics. Some people like to recycle them and use them to hold sand to use as weights outside to hold down a tablecloth. While others like to actually save the bottle and make salt and pepper shakers out of them by drilling small holes in caps and making novelty types of d├ęcor for the kitchen; or using these same bottles and filling them with homemade bath oils, etc.

Whatever it is that YOU plan to do - that inside of the bottle needs to be dry, regardless otherwise mold will start growing on the inside -- making the bottle unusable and pointless to use, never mind actually unhealthy and hazardous.

We Solved It - and hope you enjoy the tip we have tried and verified that actually works - just look at the picture and you will find that this solves the dilemma quite nicely!


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      peachy 4 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      i usually put the bottle out in the porch and let it dry under the sun. By mid day, it is dry inside. Don't have to waste the paper towel. Voted up