I have a 50' copper coil immersion chiller. To drain it before storing, I hang it upside-down next to the bath tub over night, but I've noticed that this doesn't get all the water out. This causes a problem: when I go to sanitize it by putting it into my kettle of boiling wort about 15 min before the end, the remaining water in the coil heats up and starts coming out of the chiller and dripping all over the stove. The water is at or near boiling temp and sometimes shoots out. I have been catching it with towels and bowls, but it's pretty dangerous.
Is there a trick to getting the coil really dried out?
I don't have any pumps, though I'm guessing that could be one way.