3. Sort out your washing up
The basic principle is that the dirtier the crockery, the later you should rinse it off. In other words, glasses come first, then cups, plates and cutlery. Pots and pans come at the end, especially if they have burned-on remains. Grease-smeared dishes should also only be cleaned at the end of your washing-up session. If necessary, soak very dirty items before washing them up.
4. Do not wash dishes under running water
Leaving the water running while rinsing dishes means that you're wasting resources unnecessarily. It’s better to gather together everything that can’t go in the dishwasher and then wash it in the half-full bowl of the sink. What’s more, the hotter the water, the easier it is to remove fats. Note: just add a couple of drops of washing-up liquid once you’ve already put some water in the bowl. This helps to preserve the environment and prevents excessive foam. This froth can leave marks when your dishes dry.
The BLANCO soap dispenser helps to ration out washing-up liquid and looks much more elegant than a plastic bottle of cleaning product.