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Tip #1 Enemy of the plate

Caked-on dirt, grease and food remains are already tough to remove from dishware. To make it easier, fill a dishpan with warm, soapy water and deposit soiled dishes and utensils in to soak until you get a chance to wash them. Then use a Scotch-Brite™ Soap Dispensing DishwandScotch-Brite™ Soap Dispensing Dishwand to remove the rest.

Tip #2 Beauty and the grease

A fresh manicure and a sink full of dirty dishes dont always mix. To preserve your polish, wear rubber kitchen gloves while washing dishes and performing other household tasks. Keep a bottle of moisturizing lotion near the sink and reapply frequently to your hands. As an added precaution, use a Scotch-Brite™ Ultra NailSaver™ Absorbent Scrub SpongeScotch-Brite™ Ultra NailSaver™ Absorbent Scrub Sponge.

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