We are so excited to share a new favorite product of ours!
Say hello to the Delta® Glass Rinser.
And I’m not joking when I say it’s been life-changing in our household, with all the bottle washing and glass rinsing we’ve been doing lately.
In a kitchen or a bar, wherever you have a sink we recommend adding in this Glass Rinser.
We were introduced to the Glass Rinser over a year ago, well before Ellie, and before it hit the market, and the second I saw it I knew I had to have it.
First thought – my mommy instincts kicked in and although it’s called a Glass Rinser my mind went into mom mode and I thought, that would be life-changing for baby bottles! Or let’s be honest, wine glasses!
Shortly after, we found out we were expecting! And then there was no question asked, it was on order and installed shortly after.
We’re washing glasses and bottles non-stop in our home. Between breastfeeding and pumping and washing all the gadgets, to the boys on their 10th glass of water, milk, and juice for the day…and bottle feeding, so momma can enjoy a glass of wine…the Glass Rinser doesn’t stop.
It comes in multiple different finishes and we were able to get ours in the Champagne BronzeTM finish to match our existing Delta faucet perfectly.
Another really nice feature, that Jamie greatly appreciates, is the cover that comes with it. It gives it a clean and sleek look when you’re not using it.
Since installing the Glass Rinser, we were able to get rid of our baby bottle brushes. The Delta® Glass Rinser thoroughly rinses residue in seconds, with high-pressure water jets that reach where you can’t. Throw in a little soap, flip over and rinse and it’ll be spotless within seconds.
Best of all, it’s affordable and its sleek, low-profile design coordinates with any faucet. It can also be easily installed in an empty countertop hole, such as those used for soap dispensers and sink sprayers.
Jamie had ours swapped out and installed in 15 minutes tops! He said the instructions were simple to follow and he didn’t run into any issues. It took him longer to clean out the cabinet underneath the sink than it did for him to install it. Ha!
The water temperature also goes from hot to cold, depending on what your kitchen sink faucet is set at. You have the option of hooking up your Glass Rinser to either the hot or cold water line.
It’s been so nice having this new accessory in our home and we couldn’t wait to share this new product with all of you! Anywhere in your kitchen or bar area, where you rinse glasses, we’d recommend installing a Delta Glass Rinser. And you know you’re going to be seeing one at the Black Lake Place soon!
We know you’ll love your Delta® Glass Rinser as much as we do!