Have you tried it yet?
The microwave, it is an incredibly useful thing and so easy to have around in the kitchen. Just quickly heat up or defrost your food, we use the microwave very often. Actually, we can’t live without it anymore! Have you ever put a dishcloth in your microwave? This probably never crossed your mind before. It may sound a bit strange, but you should really give it a try!
A dishcloth is usually made of cotton or a cotton blend, that is used to clean dishes and kitchen surfaces. Dishcloths are designed to be absorbent and durable, making them a useful tool for scrubbing away food particles and wiping up spills. Dishcloths can become quite dirty if not cleaned and maintained properly. Over time, dishcloths can accumulate food particles, bacteria, and other contaminants that can lead to unpleasant odors and potential health hazards. Studies have shown that dishcloths can harbor high levels of bacteria, including E. coli, salmonella, and other harmful pathogens. This is especially true if the dishcloth is not washed or replaced regularly.
Dishcloth in the microwave
Did you know that a dishcloth is one of the biggest dangers on the kitchen counter? In no time the dishcloth is full of bacteria! Within 24 hours, a dishcloth can contain more than 4 billion bacteria. This is even more than a toilet seat in a public toilet! It may not be a pleasant story, but as soon as your dishcloth ‘smells’, it is quite full of bacteria. But a dishcloth in your microwave? Yes, you read that right! This trick is going to sound really strange, but it works wonders!
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