Boon lawn drying rack

December 17, 2016

Here’s an item you won’t find in any bike shop but perhaps it should be as it’s highly practical for cyclists.

You see,  next to cyclists, perhaps the biggest users of bottles are infants and toddlers. And from the bottles themselves to cleaning supplies, the baby industry makes entire lines of bottle-related products.

Among them are these handy-dandy drying racks.

Specifically made for baby bottles and other baby accessories, the Boon lawn is a countertop drying rack to air-dry your just-washed baby bottles, or in our case, water bottles.

The flexible plastic “grass” blades securely hold up to six water bottles and lids at a time while the tray below the “lawn” catches any dripping water.

While I like it: It’s perfect for storing your water bottles (or any other dishes) after you’ve washed or rinsed them. It’s low profile and it’s a fun-looking item to have on your kitchen counter.

Price: USD $24.99
www.booninc.com

Boon lawn drying rack

by VeloClub

Here’s an item you won’t find in any bike shop but perhaps it should be as it’s highly practical for cyclists.

You see,  next to cyclists, perhaps the biggest users of bottles are infants and toddlers. And from the bottles themselves to cleaning supplies, the baby industry makes entire lines of bottle-related products.

Among them are these handy-dandy drying racks.

Specifically made for baby bottles and other baby accessories, the Boon lawn is a countertop drying rack to air-dry your just-washed baby bottles, or in our case, water bottles.

The flexible plastic “grass” blades securely hold up to six water bottles and lids at a time while the tray below the “lawn” catches any dripping water.

While I like it: It’s perfect for storing your water bottles (or any other dishes) after you’ve washed or rinsed them. It’s low profile and it’s a fun-looking item to have on your kitchen counter.

Price: USD $24.99
www.booninc.com

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