What I do now is pour them one by one and then move them over to make a stack, can't get higher than five per stack without risking messing it all up, which doesn't help with condensation, and sometimes I mess up a plate by moving it after pouring, or a stack might fall over completely. It's also hard to stack them straight up and keep them from sliding around.
This means I am using up more space in my SAB and there's extra steps that I would like to eliminate.
I see videos of people stacking the empty dishes first and then pouring from the bottom up, while lifting the whole stack. I can't do this with my glass dishes for sure. They are not perfectly formed as some are a bit off so this makes the problem worse.
I was thinking of applying something to the bottom of every dish, but am unsure what materials would be useful here. I googled and got to shroomery someone talking about glueing sanding paper to the bottom. This doesn't seem like a good idea to me, sanding paper to glass will eventually mess up the glass. Not only eastethically, but they would also become harder to sanitize if the glass is sanded.
I was more thinking in the lines of some silicone or rubber, maybe all I need is 3 little points placed in a triangular shape that will give it grip and makes them more easily stackable. Or, a small piece of some sort of thin rubber right in the middle would suffice. Maybe they will stay slippery when using these materials, I wouldn't know! And will it hold up in the PC, is another question.
Any advice, recommendations or ideas are welcome here.
Thanks in advance!
Edited by RutgerHauer, 22 November 2019 - 04:23 AM.