When I had a dishwasher and used Iodophor for everything else (yeah, a long time ago and before Star-San), I ran a load (it just about exactly fit 5G worth of bottles) to clean with detergent, then a separate rinse load with a heated drying cycle which got them too hot to touch. I let the load cool for a bit, and then bottled right out of the dishwasher, with any spills going onto the open door. It was actually very convenient and low-mess.
Now I've got the ease of a Star-San spray bottle, but first have to deal with the mess of cleaning bottles by hand in a soaker pot and finding a way to lean them upside down on towels to drain with no rack. PITA, and very messy. That's why only my annual meads get bottled, anymore.
In Primary: all-grain ESB
In Secondary: 2011 Szechuan and Black Peppercorn Mead
Bottled: 2010 Clover Mead aging for 1,3,5,10 and 20 years
25+ batches 10+ years ago and back into it with 10G all-grain beers and annual meads. Equipment: DIY cooler mash tun with slotted copper, DIY keggle and keg-HLT over propane, DIY counterflow chiller, Mini-Brew conical fermenter, 4 Party Pigs. 1999 AHA Nationals- 1st Place Herb and Spice Mead "Szechuan Peppercorn Mead".