First Wave Glass Rinser

This Basin Mounted Glass Rinser Is Perfect For Lazy Bumps Like Me

I have come to a point that I am even too lazy to rinse a mug. Yes, it is that bad. I think I need to seek help soon, but I probably won’t have to if I have this First Wave Glass Rinser. Btw, when I said rinse the mug, it is not just rinsing. Rinsing won’t remove the stains that may be present. I have to use a sponge with dish washing liquid to do the job. It is quite a chore, really. With the First Wave Glass Rinser, it takes the leg work out of washing conventional drinkware.

First Wave Glass Rinser

All you need is to overturn the mug and hold it down against the spring-loaded helm-like contraption, and a powerful jet water will eject upward, cleaning even the farthest reaches of your mug, bottle or wine glass. It is not exactly designed with lazy person like me in mind, though; it is designed to clean corners where Gorilla hands like mine can’t reach. It is actually quite a brilliant idea, albeit one that isn’t quite resource conserving. I imagine quite a bit of water will be used in the process.

First Wave Glass Rinser

I could be wrong, though. However, one thing I am sure is, it beats trying to squeeze my big hand into the a cup, or spending precious minutes trying to (and eventually failing and pretending, “oh, there, its clean!”). First Wave Glass Rinser, which is a Delta Faucet Company product, is designed to mount cleanly into standard basin or countertop hole. If you already have a soap pump or spray nozzle on the basin or countertop, this would just be a replacement.

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First Wave Glass Rinser

You can imagine the thrill I have over this gadget. I went straight to the kitchen to check my Blanco sink. Sadly, it appears not to have the real estate required by this wonderful kitchen gadget. Bummer. Guess I am not meant to be lazy. So, it is manual washing for me for the rest of my life. It is worthy to note that such contraption isn’t new. It has being around for a while; it is mainly used in bars and pubs, but thanks to Delta Faucet Company, you can have it right in your home’s kitchen.

Though it is not known how much it will cost. Delta Faucet Company will be peddling the First Wave Glass Rinser on Indiegogo soon. You can sign to get notified of its availability and also receive up to 25 percent super early bird discount HERE if you want.

First Wave Glass Rinser

Images: Delta Faucet Company.