Hughie McLouis

hughie mclouis

Free Member
Mar 23, 2014
1
0
WADHURST
Funster No
30,653
MH
A class
Exp
10
Has anyone heard of, or seen an absorbent draining mat for the washing up. I saw one recently reviewed in one of the MH magazines but cannot now find the information.:Sad:
 
Sep 5, 2012
2,007
26,647
Scotland
Funster No
22,782
MH
Back to tugging an E
Exp
since 2012
We have one, senile moment can't remember exactly where I purchased but I'm sure it was an accessory shop up here. They do work and give a bit more anti rattle protection on hob.

I'll check a couple of websites where I've shopped for you. :Smile:

remember now, it was B and M
 
Last edited:
Oct 29, 2012
849
997
essex
Funster No
23,489
MH
Rapido 9090df
Exp
20 years (unless you count my dads VW which makes it 52 years with a few gaps!!)
factory/pound shops do them.
 
Mar 3, 2013
1,129
3,590
Poole
Funster No
24,937
MH
Coachbuilt
Exp
2002
This is It had some square drying mats, very cheap. Similar to the ones on Amazon. Wash and tumble dry.
 
Mar 16, 2010
2,815
17,521
Carmarthenshire
Funster No
10,651
MH
In between
Exp
Since 1988
I have one of the b and m ones as well...... very good and value for money.
It stops rattles in the cupboards too so multi purpose

Subscribers  do not see these advertisements

 

JJ

Funster
May 1, 2008
18,187
40,158
Quinta Majay, Pinheiro Bordalo, Portugal
Funster No
2,459
MH
A Class
Exp
over 40 years
OH MY GOD...


Why on earth did none of you tell me about this stuff before?

Decades of rufty tufty fulltiming and I have never found a satisfactory solution to air drying the dishes in the van(s) until today.

One question though...

After I have bought such a mat can I still leave the washing up until I have no clean dishes to use or do I have to wash up every day?


JJ :cool:
 

Puddleduck

LIFE MEMBER
Jan 15, 2014
10,634
29,827
Scottish Borders
Funster No
29,703
MH
SunLiving Lido M45SP
Exp
On and off for many years.
OH MY GOD...

After I have bought such a mat can I still leave the washing up until I have no clean dishes to use or do I have to wash up every day?


JJ :cool:

Depends on if you are developing a new strain of antibiotic and can stand the smell and flies i suppose.....

Subscribers  do not see these advertisements

 

JJ

Funster
May 1, 2008
18,187
40,158
Quinta Majay, Pinheiro Bordalo, Portugal
Funster No
2,459
MH
A Class
Exp
over 40 years
Depends on if you are developing a new strain of antibiotic and can stand the smell and flies i suppose.....

Smell of not yet done washing least of my sensory troubles...

No flies can survive inside if you have a Froggy on board... a professional fly catcher

Inside of Hymer and Wagon is known as an immune system training area. My anti-body defence army is fully trained and used to the fight against all comers.


JJ :cool:
 

daisy mae

Free Member
Mar 12, 2013
675
597
Leicestershire
Funster No
25,079
MH
C class Coachbuilt
Exp
I`m a newbie, now 1 year
I have one, from Aldi some time ago, do not use it for that purpose though, as I wash and dry up after every meal, use it in the house after washing antique vases and ornaments.

Subscribers  do not see these advertisements

 

Hollyberry

LIFE MEMBER
Apr 24, 2011
5,601
42,296
New Forest.
Funster No
16,134
MH
None.
Exp
4yrs
Something different. -- I have usual plastic draining rack but it has a tray fitted to the bottom, so drips go into that and you can angle it up to the sink to drain into that. Don't know if they're in UK , always seem to be in the cheapie shops in a France that sell tombs of plastic from China.
 

cliffandger

LIFE MEMBER
Apr 15, 2013
3,428
18,592
Saltford
Funster No
25,562
MH
A class
Exp
Since 2013
Bought mine in Proper Job - do you have those stores where you live? Haven't used it though - we use a tray, so its in an overhead cupboard, along with 1000 other non slip mats, dusters.......
 
Top