Turn a built-in soap dispenser into a glass rinser Have you ever wondered how
to get tall glasses and bottles as clean as possible without putting them in the dishwasher?
Some water bottles aren't dishwasher safe, while some glasses have printing on them that
will come off in a dishwasher.
safe, while some glasses have printing on them that will come off in a dishwasher.
Other glasses and bottles have shapes that prevent a dishwasher from cleaning
them thoroughly, Furthermore, you can't get scrub brushes into some of these things,
let alone your hand so you can hand wash them.
If any of this is the case for you, you might want to consider buying a glass rinser
What Is a Glass Rinser ? Glass rinsers, whether they're a beer glass rinser, a bar glass sprayer, or just a home glass rinser,are sprayers designed to clean out the insides of
glasses and bottles more thoroughly than your hand sprayer or dishwasher can.
How Glass Rinsers WorkIn general, glass rinsers work by spraying jets of water into the glass when you press it down.
In abar setting, they're usually set into the bar near the tap tower,
They rinse residual soap and sanitizer out of glasses before you refill them,
ensuring that residues don't ruin the tastes of drinks, especially beers.They can also cool
a beer glass off and make it a little wet, which helps the bartender serve beer properly.
Home glass rinsers work the same way, You generally install them on your sink or
counter where you would ordinarily have a hand sprayer or soap dispenser.
They work well for all the glasses and bottles that are otherwise difficult to clean,
If you add just a little dish soap to your glass before you rinse it, the combination of
water pressure and soap can blast through dirt and residue, making your glasses cleaner.
You can also rinse the soap out more thoroughly after you've washed the glass,leaving no
Add to your kitchen a Glass Rinser high pressure jet of water Installation Some companies
say that you can install a glass rinser yourself relatively quickly because they
replace sprayers, soap dispensers, or sink hole covers (for instance, if you have a four hole sink but your setup doesn't use all four of them, you'll have caps on the unused holes).
If you have an under the counter sink, you can install it on a countertop hole by yourself,
assuming you have an existing spot on which to put it.
So, installing a home glass rinser in the kitchen is pretty straightforward, However, if you're
installing one in your home bar, you might want to think about having someone come and
do it professionally.You need to hook up arinserto your cold water line, and if you have
a home bar, you might not have one readily available. Plus, you need to know your
area's plumbing codes before installing one, so your best bet is a professional installer.
The same is true if you own or run a bar or restaurant.
In short, unless you're installing it where you already have a cold water line,and it's marked
for DIY installation, you should get someone to do it for you.
Final Thoughts Does everyone need a glass rinser?No. However, they're useful devices for everything from beer mugs to water bottles, baby bottles to anything you can't or don't want to put in your dishwasher.
You can buy and install glass rinsers in your kitchen pretty easily, and they're good
at removing dirt and residue that your dishwasher can't.
The same is true for glasses and mugs at abar, so regardless of what you want one for,
you'll probably get a good value for your money.
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