My wife and I have an understanding at dish washing time. I fill, swirl, and rinse out the beer bottle(s) leaving some soapy water in the bottom to help break up any stuck yeast on the bottom. We leave them on the counter overnight. The next day the bottle(s) are rinsed again and set to drain with the other dishes. I take them to the cellar and cover the bottles with an old towel. Rarely do I have to do any scrubbing with a brush or use the jet washer. Bottles that sat out and didn't get washed after a party are the ones that need more attention
When I'm ready to bottle, I pump some warm water through the bottles to flush out any dust or spiders using the Vinator® and place them on the bottle tree and discard the used water. I've prepped my priming solution beforehand and racked I then fill the Vinator bowl with BTF Iodophor solution. Star San is too sudsy for the Vinator and the BTF Iodophor dries very quickly compared to Star San. Tossing the bottle caps into the Vinator as well. Two pumps on the Vinator into the bottle and onto the bottle tree, loading from the top to bottom. By the time I'm done with that, the first sanitized bottles on top are dry. I fill six bottles and cap the six at a time.