These lovely wood drying racks are hand carved to hold water bottles, glass jars, beeswax wraps, reusable baggies, whatever else you wash, rinse and dry in your kitchen. They look beautiful on the counter and help things dry quickly by letting water drain out and air circulate.
The removable dowels make it easy to store in a drawer or cabinet, and you can rearrange them to hold whatever you need. We love that it's Seattle made and shaped like a little ship!
Use and care
Let dry between uses. Remove dowels to store when necessary. Hand wash to keep clean.
The base is 11 1/2" long by 2 1/2" wide by 1 1/2" tall off the counter. The dowels are 11" long.
Unfinished pacific NW red cedar
Brown paper and a recyclable paper label.
Hand carved in Seattle by an awesome guy named Bill.
End of life
Compostable, even in backyard compost.
I use my bag boat almost every day. Today it has a recycled baggy on it, salad spinner and drying a recyclable! It sits in the corner of the counter ready to work.
This drying rack is ideal for pretty much ANY recyclable or reusable vessel. I even use them to prop up my beeswax wraps to dry. Great for narrow/small bottles and coffee/soda lids! Looks great on the counter, but quick to disassemble and put in a drawer if needed.
Had to get one for the office too! People seem to get a kick out of the little boat and it makes everyone recycle a bit more responsibly :) Highly recommend. Can't beat a handmade, local, chemical free, compostible product!
We use this nautical-style drying rack for drying rinsed Baggies for reuse (the grandkids love it when “full sails” are set (see pic). Excellent for small bottles and vases too. It usually sits in our kitchen bay window in full sun, but it works anywhere.
We might even swap out the wooden drying dowels with decorative colored ones during the holidays.
An entertaining and clever eco-friendly product, highly recommended.