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your dish cloth may be dirtier than your toilet

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oldguyzer

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Joined Jun 19, 2011
Messages 15,082
Having done cultures on most areas in typical houses, absolutely true. I wash dishclothes every day.
 
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cristycurves

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I don't wash mine everyday, probaly every 3-4 days but in between washes I pour boiling water over it
 

oldguyzer

Reviewer
Joined Jun 19, 2011
Messages 15,082
That will work. Nasties (including MM) don't like boiling water. :biggrin2:
 

Madman

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Joined Aug 12, 2011
Messages 17,543
That will work. Nasties (including MM) don't like boiling water. :biggrin2:

This is a lie, a complete and utter lie. I love boiling water with a teaspoon of Sanka in it!

GET ME MY COFFEE!
 
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User-E

Guest
I hang mine up to air dry between uses instead of leaving it scrunched up and wet on the counter like we used to do.
 
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cristycurves

Guest
I hang mine up to air dry between uses instead of leaving it scrunched up and wet on the counter like we used to do.

that is a good idea, I never understood those who scruntch up cloths, dish and wash coths, as mold, mildew and bacteria like to grow in damp places,like cracks and crevices, speaking of which, I just got out of the shower, better air dry, lol!!
 

Prim0

Senior Member
Joined Jun 29, 2010
Messages 10,859
I'll have to ask my wife what she does to clean our dishes after she feeds us. :biggrin2:



I find dampening my sponge and then microwaving it tends to kill the germs.
 

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