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Cleanup Greasy Dishes

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How do you clean greasy dishes?

Cleanup Greasy Dishes

To cut grease and odor on dishes when doing kitchen cleaning, add a tablespoon of vinegar to your hot soapy water.

   

Comments

2/16/2007 1:21:15 PM
James York said:

Well, this is not all that good. Here is a better way to clean really greasy, baked on dirty dishes.

Get 3Lbs of apples. Peel them, core the, and cut them up into the really dirty, greasy dish you want to get clean.

Add cinnamon, sugar, a touch of nutmeg to this and , of course, a stick of butter and a cup of sugar.

Bake at 350 for 45 minutes. When done, give it to the little old lady who lives down the street.

When you get the disk back, it will be spotless.


11/2/2007 8:29:07 PM
Josh said:

good tips thank you!


8/28/2008 11:38:44 AM
Ernestine said:

James' comment is probably more worthwhile than this "tip." I get so weary of baking soda and vinegar "tips." All they're really good for is making salad dressing/pickles...and baked goods. Start living in the real world - get some Clorox and Brillo!


11/14/2008 11:57:28 AM
bruno l. hunter said:

i would like to apply for kitchen cleaning help
job. i"m a good hard worker and agood team play.
but all so willing to learn other things.


4/26/2009 5:17:44 PM
Nicole said:

I use Fairy Liquid and there is no need to add anything...


10/21/2009 12:25:02 AM
hannah said:

hello people! this doesn't work. vinegar is an acid, soap is a base, when added together acids and bases neutralize each other. in the end the only thing that will happen is your soap won't work as well anymore; in fact if you use enough vinegar it won't work at all. try again.




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