Clean your oily dishes with ease
If your dishes are looking a little greasy, there are a few things you can do to get them clean. First, make sure you're using the right dish soap. Some dish soaps are designed specifically for oily dishes, and they can be very effective at cutting through grease.
Here's a step-by-step guide to help you clean oily dishes with no problems at all.
Here's what you need to clean your oily dishes
- dish soap
- a sponge
- a scrub brush
- baking soda (optional)
-Vinegar or lemon juice
- Start by adding some dish soap to your sink. You don't need to use a lot, just enough to create some suds.
- Next, take your sponge and dip it into soapy water. Use the sponge to scrub the oily dishes, and pay special attention to any areas that seem particularly greasy.
If you have any stubborn grease spots, you can try using a scrub brush or some baking soda. Just make sure to rinse the dish thoroughly after scrubbing with either of these materials. You can also add some vinegar or lemon juice to cut through the grease easily and quickly.
Other natural ways to clean oily dishes:
-Baking soda: Make a paste with baking soda and water, then use it to scrub the dishes. Rinse well.
-Vinegar: Soak a sponge in vinegar and water, then use it to scrub the dishes. Rinse well.
-Lemon juice: Mix lemon juice and water in equal parts. Use this mixture to scrub the dishes. Rinse well.
After you've scrubbed all of the dishes, rinse them thoroughly with hot water. If necessary, you can use a dishcloth or paper towel to remove any remaining grease or soap suds.
How to make your dish soap:
Yes, you don't have to purchase store-bought dish soap, you can make your own at home. Here's how:
-2 cups of water
-1 cup of castile soap
-1/4 cup of white vinegar
-1/4 cup of baking soda
-10 drops of essential oils (optional)
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and store them in a dish soap dispenser. To use, just pump out some soap onto your sponge or dishcloth and wash your dishes as usual.