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PostPosted: 21 Mar 2018, 17:02 
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Cleaning the Kitchen



Wash the dishes. These save a lot of work when you use them right. Your dishwasher works best when you load it completely and run it right after you use your dishes.
Big things like pots and pans are usually best hand-washed because they don't fit well in the dishwasher.
Dishes wear out more quickly when washed by machine than by hand because the dishwasher's soap is abrasive; heirloom china, delicate wine glasses, and other really fragile things should be carefully hand-washed instead.

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Try hand-washing dishes, too. It's much easier to wash your dishes if you do it right after you use them; you will rarely need to soak anything or scrub hard because the food juices won't have a chance to dry and harden. Just wet your sponge or scrubber brush with hot water, squirt on some dish soap, wipe each dish (both sides!), and rinse thoroughly with hot water.
If you use the soaking method, picture this: a bucket of brown water with dirt, grease, food particles, millions of germs, and a lot of other things that come off your dirty dishes. Now you know how disgusting (and unsanitary) that soaking water can be. If you need to soak a casserole that has baked-on gunk for ten or fifteen minutes, that's okay, but when you can, it's usually better to just wash the dishes promptly and avoid soaking.
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Dry your dishes, too. If you don’t dry the dishes, you risk water stains on glass or bacteria festering in the water.[2] However you wash your dishes (if you wash them by hand), place the thoroughly rinsed dishes in a clean drying rack and allow to air dry.
Be sure to let your brush, sponge, and dish towel dry between uses to keep them from accumulating germs, too.


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