Hot water and your dishes

Hot Water and Your Dishes You need hot water to effectively kill bacteria on your dishes, especially in the summertime when bhttp://www.imageenvision.com/sm/0012-0709-3019-0826_senior_woman_washing_dishes_at_a_kitchen_sink_clipart.jpgugs are abundant and bacteria grows at a faster rate if dirty dishes are left sitting even for a few hours.

Washing dishes in hot water actually helps to lift away and clean dirty dishes, reducing the amount of time you’ll have to spend scrubbing and reducing the need for extra dish-cleaning products.

Water temperatures under about 90 degrees will leave a nasty, greasy film on your dishes as they dry; therefore you need hot water to wash greasy dishes.

Hot water dries much more quickly on dishes than warm or cool water.

Maria

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