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Drying rack or stand
#1
I have had a few drying racks over the years and none of them really did what I wanted and some were just too big, or too flimsy or got in the way or were too expensive , you know how it is !!!!!!
so I found my perfect drying rack which is in fact a tree and I now have half a dozen of these which are strong, hold everything, don't fall over and best of all can be found at op shops for around $1 Yes they are coffee mug trees lol

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what does everyone else use


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#2
I use similar ones. Mine are horizontal.

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#3
actually I would love some photos of what everyone uses


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#4
HA....that's brilliant!!! NOW...I will be looking for coffee tree mugs!!!

I use dowel rods stuck down in my brush holder (a big mug)....I'm not so very professional....LOL!!!
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I was using rods stuck in a vase ROFL but they kept falling over so the tree was much better

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I bought mine

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Mine are just like Max's.

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