HOW TO WASH DISHES BY HAND CORRECTLY (AND MOST SANITARY) WAY.

How to wash dishes by hand correctly (and most sanitary) way.
 
You may not know it, but there is a right way to wash dishes. There are specific steps you should take to ensure that the dishes are really clean and ready for their next use. It is also important to wash carefully so that your dishes is not found with fleas and scratches.

Scrape off existing  food

Before you start washing the dishes, get rid of excess food and dirty dishes. If you don't do this, you will end up with a sink full of food and dirt, making your dishes dirty. Excess food matter in the sink can also have a negative effect on your plumbing, especially if your plate is covered in fatty or starchy substances known for clogging pipes. Once your dishes are scraped, you are ready to start your hand washing routine.

Fill the sink

Use a drain stoper to fill the sink or large dish soaking tub. Fill the sink or tub with hot water and then add  small amount of your favorite dish soap.

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Start with pots and pans
 
Once your sink is full of hot soapy water, of food to add to each pot and bowl. After about 20 to 30 minutes, the food will come off, you can use a plastic spatula to clean it or clean it with a paper towel. Once your pots and pans are in place, rinse off the dirty water.

Refill your sink
 
As usual, add hot water and plenty of your favorite dish soap. Next, add the least dirty dishes, usually glasses and dishes. “Wash the dishes with a sponge, rinse them with clean water and dry them with a towel. Gradually move on to the dirtiest dishes. If every time your dish water comes out cracked or cloudy, freezes, or loses all the suds, drain it and fill it with cool, warm and soapy water. 

Use a gentle application 

Chose your dishwasher carefully. Use a sponge or dish towel to gently wipe each plate, paying special attention to areas with stubborn residue. Avoid using steel wool or abrasive pads on smooth surfaces to avoid scratches and damage..

Rinse again

 After washing, rinsing the dishes under hot water to remove any soap residue. Make sure to wash under clean water instead of letting dishes soak in standing water, which can harbor bacteria. 

Dry your dishes thoroughly
 
Gently wipe your dishes, pots and pans with a clean, absorbent cloth or dry them with a clean dish towel. Make sure dish towels are washed regularly to prevent the spread of bacteria, and dry your clothes as well. 

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 Consider other hygiene measures

 To improve cleanliness, consider using bleach or spraying disinfectant on counters, sinks and waterboards. Or, you can easily create. Dissolve one tablespoon of bleach per gallon of water and apply it to the surface, allowing it to dry for maximum effectiveness.

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