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No Dishwasher? No Problem!

Updated: Mar 16, 2023

As professional cleaners, Broom and Bucket Cleaning Services in Liverpool knows that washing the dishes is one of the most time-consuming and tedious tasks for house cleaning. Unfortunately, only some have the luxury of a dishwasher, but fear not; we have some tips and tricks to make kitchen cleaning and dishwashing a breeze.


First, gather all your dirty dishes, utensils, and cookware and place them in the sink. Make sure you remove any food particles or debris before you start washing. This will make the process smoother and prevent your drain from clogging up.


Next, fill the sink with hot water and add some dish soap. Use a generous amount of soap, but only a little so that it creates too many suds. The hot water will help to cut through grease and grime, making it easier to wash dishes.


Start by washing the least dirty items, such as glasses and cutlery. This will prevent them from getting dirtier while you clean the more soiled items. Next, use a sponge or dishcloth to scrub each item thoroughly, then rinse them under hot water. Finally, place them in a dish rack to dry.


Next, move on to the plates, bowls, and cookware. Again, use a sponge or dishcloth to scrub each item, paying particular attention to any tough stains or stuck-on food. If you have a particularly greasy pan, you can use a little baking soda or vinegar to help break down the grease. Finally, rinse each item under hot water and place them in the dish rack to dry.


If you have any stubborn stains or food residue that won't come off, you can soak them in hot water with dish soap and baking soda for a few minutes before scrubbing them again.

Once all your dishes are washed and dried on the rack, it's time to clean up the sink and surrounding area. Use a clean sponge or cloth to wipe down the sink, faucet, and countertop. This will prevent any bacteria or germs from spreading and keep your kitchen cleaning routine on track.


Washing dishes by hand can be time-consuming, but with the proper techniques and a little bit of elbow grease, you can make it a quick and easy process. First, start with the least dirty items, use hot water and plenty of soap, and soak any stubborn stains. And remember to clean up the sink and surrounding area once you're done. Happy dishwashing!

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