Dish Plug Dish Rack

Jisu MUN

Bakeware, Tableware, Drinkware and Cookware Design Dish Plug Dish Rack by Jisu MUN A typical dishrack is designed to allow dishware to sit vertically to drain off excess water. However, deep plates, rice bowl or bowls, have to be stacked because of the width between the partitions of the dishrack is too narrow. This creates an un-sanitary drying condition because the water between the stacked dishes pools from lack of ventilation. This dishrack concept allows users to customize the partition, allowing a variety of different dishes to sit vertically and drain.


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