You are new to washing dishes, since you are new you don’t know what to do. When you tried washing the dishes it always ends up breaking, or just it won’t be cleaned properly. If you are in that situation then you are in the right place because today, we are talking about how to properly wash a dish. This is important to know because sometimes you’ll hiring a clog removal specialist because of an accident in your kitchen sink. 

Washing Dishes 

  1. Separate and Soak 

First things first are to separate the dishes from the cups and utensil. As much as possible try to keep it compress so that there is much more space for the washing to occur. We suggest you to put the glasses and cups inside the sink and the others out. Soak the pans and pots and the cooking utensil with hot water and place them in the other side. 

       2. Soap and Rinsing. 

First put soap in the sponge that you are using, see if it is soak well with soap. After putting it with soap, put it aside for later. Rinse all the fat and grease you see in the glass, plate, and utensil. Take note that when rinsing, you will need to use a plastic hand glove. 

       3. Washing 

After rinsing comes the need of the soap filled sponge, wash the delicate plates and glasses. Make sure that they don’t break, and they are safe. When washing make sure that there are not grease or fat left in the plates, utensil, or cup. Just gently scrub you sponge with the plate and do a back in fort motion while making sure to take of the germ. 

Next is washing the remaining flatware, do the same thing. Now you proceed to dinnerware, again do the same thing. Then finally wash the cooking utensil, pot, and pans that had been soaking up, these might be a little tricky to wash especially if it has a burnt area. We suggest you to start with the cooking utensil first, basically do the same thing as you did to the others. 

When washing pots and pans, there are two kinds of sponge that you will need to use, first the ordinary sponge and the second the metallic sponge. First use the metallic sponge and scrub of that burnt area with the water running. Rinse the pot or pan and apply the second kind of sponge in scrub it like the one you did with the earlier ones. Make sure to only use the metallic sponge when something is burnt or something can’t be scrub with the normal one. 

       4. Rinse 

The final part of washing the dishes, rinsing. After all that soaping and scrubbing you are now allowed to rinse all that bubbles and soap away from the dish. Do this rinsing in all of your dishes and make sure to place your dishes back to where it belongs. You can now clean the sink if ever there is dirt or grease in it.