Originally Posted by grumper13
Well....that sounds like a little work, but you are correct....folks don't always wash.....if it's because they are distracted or busy or whatever....it's hard to get 100% compliance. Maybe just assigning someone the task of "handwashing nag" (a rotating job) is worth a try.
Hey negative Nancy are you just trying to live up to your screen name? WTF. No need to nag. No need to rotate. As the guy who ususally gets the permit (very persistent on online cancellations) I don't even make it an option. It takes five minutes to do a whole trip. No one even tries to not do it. Where is the nag? Maybe the people you boat with view you as a nag? Hey if you stop nagging then maybe you won't be so grumper. Worth a try.
Originally Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org
I would not wash my dishes without a complete changing of water, soap and bleach.
Agree to change water if someone dips the Brown Claw in the dishwater.
And keep your filthy hands out of the coffee pots. And stay the "Hell offa my lawn."
Ok but seriously - do a lot of you still use bleach in your dishwater? Especially as a substitute for a hot water rinse?
I haven't used anything but a hot ( as in very hot off the blaster hot ) boiled water rinse for the final cycle on dishes for the last 15 years. Use a clean pair of tongs to fish the dishes out with. Works awesomely well.
Why anyone would do a cold water bleach rinse ( bleach tasting silverware yummmmm - and you can tell me the bleach evaporates but that is BS and I am not the only that can taste bleach on dry dishes) is beyond me.
The silverware dries almost instantly. All grease residue is washed off instead of clinging to the bleach dish. And if you pour back to first rinse and wash then it cleans the dish pans as you go too.
Just because that is the only way you have been taught doesn't mean there isn't a better way. Try it. It works.