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Tips : Home : Kitchen Last Updated: Mar 19th, 2010 - 11:39:35

Cleaning Tips
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Apr 28, 2007, 21:53



For cleaning kitchen sponges, wash them in the top rack of your dishwasher. Also, to help them stay in place try a clothes-pin. Just remember that they are still going to be full of hot water when you remove them, so please, be careful. (Veronica)

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To disinfect your sponges, soak with Isopropyl Alcohol, and let it dry. Be sure to use gloves when doing this. (Teri)

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To keep sponges fresh and control bacterial growth, microwave the wet sponge for a minute and thirty seconds every day or so. Be sure to let the sponge cool before you remove it! (Karessa)

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If you use sponges or washcloths for your dishes or cleaning, make sure that you either soak them in bleach water or run them through the washing machine often w/bleach to disinfect.

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Use washcloths instead of napkins with children, and even with adults for certain messy meals.

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Buy the scrubby washcloths, with a washcloth on one side and a scrubby on the other. When dirty, just wash in the dishwasher or washing machine, you'll always have a scrubber.

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To aid in washing dishes, add a tablespoon of baking soda to your soapy water. It softens hands while cutting through grease! (Amy)

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To keep dishes on the bottom rack of the dishwasher from getting wet during unloading, unload the bottom rack first. (Yvette )

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To make rubber gloves slide off easily. Run your hands under COLD water for a while and the gloves slide right off! (Diana)

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To make for an easier time removing rubber gloves from your hands, first rub your hands liberally with baby powder or baking soda.



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