How to dry water droplets from a decorative bottle?

The neck of bottle isn't very large. Do I use a hair dryer? Going crazy.
  3 answers
  • Hannah V Hannah V on Sep 08, 2014
    I know @All Things G&D and @Carolyn ~ homework both did projects with bottles. Maybe they can help? :)
    • Carolyn ~ homework Carolyn ~ homework on Dec 10, 2014
      @Hannah V @Angela Belcastro Yes, a hair dryer should work perfectly. Or sometimes I prop my projects near a small portable heater that I have or near the vent of the oven. I'm not sure what your project was but you could also try wiping the water drops away with a q-tip or a shis ka bob skewer with a little tissue wrapped at the end. Hope that helps.
  • Nikki Nikki on Sep 09, 2014
    If you pour rubbing alcohol in the bottle swish it around the whole inside and pour out any remaining liquid from the bottle and leave it to air dry it will SHINE!! =) NO streaks, water spots or dust... it's amazing I do this to all my glass bottles, light fixtures ect...
  • Phyllis Little Phyllis Little on Dec 21, 2014
    Hannah, before you try Nikki's tip, you might want to wash it with a good dish soap first, i.e., Dawn. Sometimes there is some unknown oil residue left, and this will cut right through it. Using a small bottle brush at the neck would help too.