Dishwashing Tips and Tricks in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL. Properly and quickly washing our dishes every day can be a burdensome task. There is an easy way to do this and a hard way. Below are a few dishwashing tips and tricks in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL. to make our daily washing and cleaning our dishes much more effective and efficient.
- The first tip is to make sure you have the proper size dish rack. There are racks that are great for a large family and ones that are made for 1 to 2 people. Regardless, you should have a rack to air dry your dishes and pots and pans in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL.
- After eating, as soon as possible, scrape off the leftover food on the plates, either into the garbage disposal or into the garbage. Your food will not stick to the plates when you go to wash them and they will be a lot easier and quicker to clean, in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL.
- Use the hottest water possible to wash your dishes. Invest in a pair of high quality rubber gloves to handle the hot water, in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL. Spots and grease will come off fast with the hot water.
- Purchase a good, non-scratchable sponge, available in any home goods store or supermarket. Also, a good idea is to purchase a dishwashing sponge wand, a dish brush, and a plastic scraper. With these readily available items, you will have all the tools to wash any dishes, glasses, pots and pans, and cutlery, in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL.
- Don’t let your dishes pile up in the sink, especially overnight. It will be a lot harder and more time consuming, in the morning, to wash the dried on foods off. You could even break or chip some dishes and glasses, as you pile them on top of each other, in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL.
- Pour about 2 teaspoons of dishwashing soap a closed sink. Start washing your dishes from the least dirty to the most dirty. In other words, start washing the glasses, then cutlery, then plates and bowls, and finely, greasy pots and pans. In the water gets dirty, change it. Washing with dirty dishwashing water will not get your dishes clean and sanitized, in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL.
- Cleaning burnt pots and pans might need a little time to soak. Put some Baking Soda and dishwashing soap into them, and let them sit overnight. All the burnt on grease will readily come off when you wash them, in the morning, in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL.
- If you have a double sink, scrub both sinks with baking soda before you begin to wash your dishes. In one sink, pour 2 teaspoons dishwashing soap and your hot water. In the other sink, put ½ cup vinegar and hot water. When you wash your dishes, wash them in one side, then rinse in the vinegar water and place them on the drying rack. They will be clean and spotless, in Evanston, IL., Glenview, IL., Northbrook, IL.
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