How to wash dishes
Do you know the feeling of a pile of dishes piling up after a delicious meal and you don't even know where to start cleaning? Then you dream that those dirty pans, plates, cups and other dishes will magically disappear. When you learn how to properly wash the dishes, you will save yourself a lot of time and effort. That is why we have created a small guide for you.
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Nylon brushes are often the best option for washing dishes as they carry less bacteria. Be careful when using steel wool for washing dishes. They quickly help to get rid of dried dirt, but they can also scratch the surface of dishes.
Initial segregation of dishes
If possible, wipe any leftover food on plates after a meal before washing them. Thanks to this, not only will washing up be easier and the food will not dry on the plates, but also the washing water will not be very dirty.
Choosing the right dishwashing liquid
Choosing the right liquid is very important when washing dishes - both for plates and cups, and for your hands. Pur Secrets of a Cook was created to solve the tough problems of washing dishes by simultaneously dealing with starchy residues, grease and burns. The combination of powerful fat dissolving power and dual enzyme technology make the dishes sparkle without the need for excessive scrubbing. If you have dry and sensitive skin, use a milder washing-up liquid, such as Pur Secrets of Care. Thanks to the skin-friendly pH value, this liquid is recommended by dermatologists.
Hot water versus cold water
In most cases, it is recommended to use hot water for washing up, which is good at dealing with fat and killing bacteria. The temperature of the wash water should generally be at least 45 degrees Celsius for optimal results. This temperature will be uncomfortable for the hands, so use gloves. However, Pur dishwashing liquid was developed on the basis of high-quality enzyme technology, therefore it works effectively at lower temperatures, which reduces energy consumption and is more environmentally friendly. Remember to change the water once it is cold and dirty.
Use the right dose of dishwashing liquid
Rinsing the dishes
After washing five or six dishes, we suggest rinsing them thoroughly with hot water, which helps to get rid of any remaining dirt, sediment, washing-up liquid and bacteria on the dishes. Thanks to hot water, dishes also dry faster and there is less risk of smudging and stains. For faster results, the rinse water should be slightly warmer than the rinse water, however room temperature will be just as good.