I got the idea after taking a workshop with Lana Wilson and Callanwolde. Lana is a joy, the workshop was lots of fun. I highly recommend taking a workshop with her if you get a chance. In the workshop she told us that she dries her pots on a wire rack from an old refrigerator but with an old t-shirt lining the shelf. The reason for the t-shirt is that it allowed some air to pass through the wire shelf, and absorbed a little moisture but helped prevent the pot from showing lines from the wires.
Naturally, if the pot is really wet or heavy it will still form lines so those pieces are dried on a solid shelf. Once the pots are dried enough that they won’t get marks I move them to another wire shelf to finish drying.
How do you dry your pots?
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