Does anyone know of any tips to help a 5 gallon glass carboy dry faster? I have it in a bay window in the sun, upside down in a carboy drying rack. It is mostly dry in 24 hours but there is still condensation built up on the inside walls. It takes anywhere from 2-4 days for that condensation to dry. I store my carboy in the basement so it has to be completely dry to keep it from molding.
Never tried it but I suppose you could point a small fan into the opening of the car boy. I have a ton laying around because I work on media center enclosures and computers for a living. I've seen very small fans (like 4 inches) at my local big box / office supply stores if you don't have anything lying around.