Most people tend to skip the first step because they think that it’s a waste of water.
My mother is a prime example, but what most people don’t understand is how miscible grease is with dish washing liquid.
Diner has been served and bellies filled, the nightmare begins. “ I am just getting off the millions of germ’s mom” and it would go on and on.
The kitchen sink is now filled with dirty dishes, grease, ungulable pieces of food, dirty pots and utensils ,such a disturbing sight to witness. There are so many other important things I could have done with the forty five minutes , play basketball , watch smallville, continue uncompleted homework , sleep , a never ending list of things.
As one washes the dishes your finger rubs on the sponge which results in tears on the tip of your fingers.
Most people don’t notice the scars on their fingers until after the plates are washed.
This is why it’s hard for me to find a plate to eat from because I can’t help but think of all the bacteria and saliva still remaining on the plate after my mother washes them. Each time a person washes the dishes, their fingers will get a little more damaged than before.
I implore you to examine your fingers closely after doing the dishes and see if your hands are affected in any way.
This list is provided by Robert Andre, the president of Car Wash College™, a school offering numerous courses for training carwash managers and owners/operators in management, investment, repair and maintenance solutions.
Abrasion: A general wearing away of a surface by constant scratching, usually due to the presence of foreign matter such as dirt, grit or metallic particles in the lubricant. Absorbent filter: A filter medium primarily intended to hold soluble and insoluble contaminants on its surface by molecular adhesion.