Washing dishes the right way. Which way may you ask yourself?A question that is asked here every holiday. Because then we leave our dishwasher behind and we do it again neatly by hand. That is called vacation. Sort of.
Washing dishes, I used to do that at least twice a day.With my brother and we didn't always have a lot of fun.We were so happy that we got a dishwasher.That way we only had to clear the machine once every two days. Our lives became a bit better, we thought.
And maybe you really don't like doing the dishes or think it's a lot of work.And yet if you stick to these tips and tricks, doing the dishes is so easy and actually very easy.Good luck!
Washing up the dishes tips and
Maybe not the way you get your dishes the cleanest way, but we start with an environmentally friendly tip. Don't wash your dishes under running water, but use a sink or tub.
Use very hot
Make your water in your tub as hot as possible. This way you can clean your dishes much better, because fat dissolves in really hot water.
Did you use a milk
The exception to hot water are glasses, jars etcetera that contained a milk product.Rinse them with cold water, otherwise they will not be cleaned as well.
It is of course logical that you do not start with the fat frying pan, but what exactly is the correct order to wash the dishes? Start with your glasses first, then wash the rest of the glassware. After that the dishes, plates, cutlery and finally the pans. That way you can use the dishwashing water for the longest time. Of course you clean your dishes by scraping beforehand, so that your water won't get that dirty.
Do you know those water stains on your cutlery? Regardless of whether it comes from the dishwasher or that the dishes are done by hand, circles can always appear on the cutlery. You prevent this by drying your cutlery with a towel instead of air drying.
You probably know that you can't use a scouring pad with a frying pan because you will damage the top layer. But sometimes a washing-up brush or sponge is not enough. What then? Try a tablespoon of salt and a dash of oil. With a paper towel you rub this mixture over the bottom of the pan. The salt has a very light abrasive effect, with which you can clean the pan nicely, without damaging it.
Just that one phone call that came in between or the kids come in with a question. Auch, your pan is burned. That will be scrubbing again. But nothing is less true with this trick: put a layer of water in the pan and add 1 tablespoon of soda. Bring to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes.
Allow to cool slightly and then clean the pan. You will see that it takes almost no more effort to get rid of the burns.