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OXO Good Grips Large Silicone Drying Mat
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- Space-saving alternative to a traditional dish rack allows user to air dry hand-washed dishes, cookware and more
- Unique ribbed design helps dry items by maximizing drainage and aeration and is easy-to-clean
- Soft, non-slip surface protects delicate items like stemware and is sized to fit large items such as 12 frying pans, platters, salad bowls and more
- Flexible silicone Mat can be rolled up or hung for storage
- Made of food-safe silicone, and dishwasher safe
- Top Pick by Apartment Therapy
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|Dimensions||0.25 inches x 16.88 inches x 12.5 inches||16 inches x 18 inches x 0.25 inches||0.25 inches x 23 inches x 18 inches||0.25 inches x 18 inches x 16 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.1 pounds||0.25 pounds||1.8 pounds||1.1 pounds|
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My only concerns with the Oxo mat are:
* You do need to regularly wipe underneath the mat and the mat's underside. I have granite countertops, so this is important for both the life of my counter and to reduce microbial build-up. I do this at least every time I put away the dishes. I also use my Granite cleaner weekly in the same spot and let it dry fully before replacing the mat.
* Water in the wells usually needs to be shaken out before the mat will dry.
* Be careful when placing flutes; make sure to balance them along the ribs.
* The mats are a bit small, so you may need more than one. But that also means you get to have them in two different places...which is nice.
I use this mat:
* Everyday for non-dishwasher pots/pans, knives, crystal stemware, & glasses
* To place hot cast iron lids on while cooking
* To place very warm pots from stove
I use this mat BECAUSE:
* It takes less room & commitment than a permanent dish rack
* Dries dishes, especially glasses, better than microfiber mats
* It is easy to clean
* It doubles as a trivet
After using it for several months, I still like it. A few reservations:
- It's not huge. I'd have like it 25% bigger, but this is the biggest one I could find available.
- It doesn't drain into the sink like a rack or the mat under a rack would. I'm fine with that, but that means it collects water and needs to be dumped occasionally.
- Because it's silicone, the underside of it never seems to dry. In fact, it's always damp and slimy underneath when I lift it to clean or drain.
- Nice grip to it. I use it to lean cutting boards and cookie sheets up against the wall to dry, and they never slip. Stays in place on my counter next to my sink.
- Dishwasher safe, though I haven't needed to clean it yet.
- Looks great - when I put the dried dishes away, looks like an extension of the sink.
- Easily movable if you need more counter space for prep work.
However, I bought this drying mat to multi-task in different areas of the kitchen with different purposes.
What I like about this product:
Size: good size to protect table/counter top from hot plates/pots.
Design: ridges and flat reversible surface for different purposes.
Pros and Uses:
Using the flat surface: Keeps the bread machine in place, preventing the Breadman from "walking-off" the counter during some vigorous exercise.
Cast iron cookware (hot or cold) won't damage brand new granite counter tops.
Thawing out food on counter: Catches all the melted ice/water.
Used as a spoon holder in a pinch, holds all the sauce/gravy.
Used regularly to place pressure cooker and pots/pan lids on it. It catches all the hot liquid dripping from the lid and gives me a safe place to put the lid without having to worry about cleaning counters or hot liquid running off the sides onto the cabinets.
Used to hold screws and nails in place (no rolling around, easy to find) during kitchen remodel. Also great to keep hammers, drills, screw drivers, etc. It provides a nice cushion and prevents accidental chipping.
Easy as pie. A bit of dish soap, rinse, shake and store.
Does not discolor no matter what type of sauce you spill on it.
*there is a hole on the mat that allows you to store vertically/hang on hook somewhere.
Only one color. Wish it came in different colors.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really like this mat. When not in use roll it up inside my Surpah rollup drying rack and stand them both under the sinkPublished 5 days ago by K. Tomlinson
Little by little, silicone is taking over my kitchen. Maybe I am late to the game because I thought silicone was only for breast implants. Read morePublished 5 days ago by PennyPincher
It's nice and small but the smell is nauseating. It smells and makes my dishes smell very strongly like rubber. fPublished 6 days ago by TheCbass
Great to put on top of your counter when you are drying large pots/pans or to place under the sink for your cutting boards.Published 7 days ago by Margaret Lin
Great item; I have nothing bad to say. We use it under the drying rack (different brand), and it works great.Published 14 days ago by D. I. Stoddard
Easy to clean. There are mesh ones out there but they will get pretty gross after a couple of months. This will never go gross.Published 15 days ago by Just Graduated
Works great. But you need to hang it up to dry after use, and there is a hole for that purpose. Luckily I had a hook with a suction cup on my tile kitchen wall.Published 21 days ago by j w polzien