Drip Line

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Drip Line is a rack that will fit over virtually any sink, and you can set it up horizontally, vertically or even diagonally over your sink. It's been designed as a dish-drying rack, but it'll also hold sponges and washcloths when they're not in use. Each rack has two bars and will hold smaller dishes on its own, but if you want to dry larger pots and pans, you'll be able to place two or more racks side by side.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Drip Line is $19.99 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Drip Line at the discounted price of only $4.99 for a total price of $29.97.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Drip Line being discontinued. Drip Line may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Drip Line being discontinued. Drip Line may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Extend Rack

    To begin using your Drip Line rack, extend it to the length you need for it to reach from one side of your sink to the other, by pulling gently on each end. Each rack will expand from 12 inches all the way up to 24. Once you've made it long enough, rest the tabs on each end on two different edges of your sink, so they can hold the rack up.

  2. Place Dishes on Top

    After your rack is securely positioned on your sink, add dishes to it. At this point, you can also place a second rack beside the first, if needed. While the stainless steel bars of each rack can support the weight of large dishes, don't overcrowd any rack by stacking dishes on top of each other.

  3. Push Closed and Store

    Next, leave the dishes you've placed on your rack(s) to dry, and when they've dried, remove them and your rack(s) from your sink. You can then push any racks you've used closed, so they go back to their original size. Following that, they can be stored in almost any drawer or cabinet.


  • Compact and Portable

    Each of these drying racks is compact and portable, especially when you've pushed their ends in as far as possible so that they're only 12 inches long. Most users won't have any problem carrying one or two around the kitchen or from room to room, and they'll fit in nearly any drawer or cupboard. Plus, if you need to take any of these racks to an alternative location, such as your workplace, they won't take up much room in your vehicle, either.

  • Improve Water Flow

    When you use a bulky plastic drying rack, you might notice that the water that drips off your dishes collects in the bottom of your tray or even makes its way to your counter. However, if you use a Drip Line tray, water will drip right through it and down your sink's drain without ending up on your counter or anywhere you don't want it. Aside from using it to dry dishes, this makes the Drip Line an ideal tray to use for watering small potted plants.

  • Heat Resistant

    Each Drip Line rack is also heat resistant, so it can double as a cooling tray when you need to cool something like a sheet of cookies or some fries you've baked in the oven. Furthermore, it won't matter how hot your dishes are when you remove them from your dishwasher or sink and add them to the rack since it'll be able to tolerate the heat.

Positive Points

  • Safe for Delicate Dishes

    Although these drying racks are heavy-duty enough to hold big pots and pans, they're safe to use to dry delicate dishes such as wine glasses, too. Just make sure that your delicate pieces of kitchenware aren't touching each other as they dry, so there's no chance that one will bump against another.

  • Fit Almost All Sinks

    The Drip Line drying rack will expand or retract to fit almost all sinks, so if you need to cook at work or at the cottage, your drying rack will probably fit the sink there. You also won't need to worry about getting one or more new drying racks if you move to a different house or apartment. As long as your bathroom sink isn't incredibly small, you'll even be able to use one of these racks in your bathroom to dry washcloths, if you desire.

  • Reduce Chance of Mold

    When people use large plastic drying racks to dry their dishes, there's the temptation to leave the dishes sitting there for a long time, and eventually, they can grow moldy. Fortunately, there's little chance that this will happen if you use a Drip Line rack. You won't be able to fit dozens of dishes on it at once, and you'll need to get it out of the way to use your sink. For most people, that'll serve as motivation to put the dishes on it away before they start to grow mold.

  • Unlikely to Rust

    Since the bars within each of these drying racks are made of stainless steel, they'll be unlikely to rust, even if you use the same rack for years. As a result, your rack will continue to look new and attractive after a few years of use, instead of appearing old and rusted. Without any rust on your dish-drying racks, there's also no chance that rust will accidentally be transferred from them to your food.

Negative Points

  • Limited Space

    While the limited space available on one Drip Line rack can be a positive thing because it'll encourage you to clean up your dishes, it can be a major disadvantage for large families. If you generate a large number of dishes in just one meal, you simply may not have enough space to dry them all, even with multiple racks. That means you might end up pulling out your old plastic rack or drying tray anyhow.

  • Need Two for Wide Dishes

    Along the same lines, it's stated that one of these drying racks will support the weight of large pots and pans. If the pots and pans are not only heavy but wide, though, you'll need two drying racks laid out side by side to place them on. Otherwise, even if one rack can support their weight, they won't be properly balanced and will fall off the rack to one side or the other. Depending on what they're made of, this could result in damage.

  • Won't Hook Together

    While it's beneficial that you can place two or more of these drying racks side by side, it would be even more helpful if you were able to connect them together horizontally. Then you wouldn't need to be concerned that they'd separate and send a dish falling through the hole that the separation created between them. It would also be beneficial if the racks could be connected vertically, so you could make a super-long rack to use with an extra-wide sink or even a bathtub.


  • Not Dishwasher Safe

    These drying racks haven't been deemed dishwasher safe, so if they ever get dirty due to picking up stray bits of food, you'll need to wash them by hand with soap and water.

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Do not buy Drip Line online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Drip Line online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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