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Friday, November 26, 2010

The Rag

Posted on Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 12:07 PM

The dishcloth: you use it to wash the dishes. Post-dishes, you wipe sink/stove/counter/visible food messes left behind with it. Then rinse the dish cloth, ring out excess water, and hang on faucet (or hook etc) to dry. (If you don't ring it out, or leave it at the bottom of the sink, it doesn't dry and gets grimy, therefore losing it's freshness faster and causing more laundry/wasting energy)

The dish towel: you dry the clean dishes with it. upon completion, hang it to dry (If you use it to take messy, uncovered things out of the oven or to wipe a dirty counter with, it is unuseable to dry clean dishes with and it needs to be washed, causing more laundry/wasting energy).

Does anyone else adhere to similar standards of cleanliness? I feel it's just common sense, when I explain it I come off as incredibly anal... Tell me I'm not alone! —A clean kitchen makes me want to cook for you :)

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