How to dry out a Camelbak bladder after use?
This is something that's always bugged me. I love using the Camelbak, or hydration pack, while riding/running/other exercise. But I have the hardest time drying it out after use so mold doesn't grow (which has happened to me before). I don't have a hair drier in the house. I tried sticking in a set of salad tongs that spread open the bladder allowing it to dry, but it still takes forever to get completely dry (multiple days). I know they make a specific product marketed for this, but I can't imagine it do anything different than my salad tongs and I certainly don't want to spend the money on hype...