Dried On Food Cleaning Challenge

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Breakfast is one of my  favorite meals. I pretty much wake up starving and love to fill my tummy with the best foods. On the weekend I like to make a huge breakfast. It is the perfect time to reflect on the busy week, sit down with your family and chat. However cooking always comes with a price a huge mess! Do you have a mess like this in your sink after a good meal? I admit it. I will even leave the dishes to rest until I feel like getting back to them. Sometimes, it is too long. Then I have to deal with dried on egg, baked on food, and frankly quite a mess. Thank goodness for Stay Clean sponges! My other sponge will trap the bits of egg and food in the sponge which makes for a gross sponge on the sink.

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It is pretty amazing that after cleaning all of those dishes and scraping off the dried egg with ease on the bowls and even the baked on egg on the casserole dish, the sponge came up clean.

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That is a pretty gnarly mess don’t you think? The egg part is all gooey and the baked on part is really, really, really stuck on! In no time short, the mess was clean and the sponge was clean! Amazing! The Stay Clean Non-Scratch Scrub Sponge is available in a four pack at a suggested retail price of $4.99. You can also buy a two pack at a suggested retail price of $2.99. The Scotch-Brite® Stay Clean Sponges are available at Target. You can win a prize package by telling me one of your cleaning tips in the comment section of the blog below.

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  1. I let the dishes soak in hot, soapy water.

  2. My tip is to dust from top to bottom.

  3. I definitely let my dishes soak in soapy water that is really hot!

  4. I usually let them soak for as long as I can in hot soapy water. Then I’ll try scrubbing and get as much as I can and if there is any left I’ll soak that again in hot soapy water.

  5. letting the dishes soak in hot water usually does the trick for me.

  6. letting them soak in hot water usually does the trick for me.

  7. I just scrub and scrub. If that doesn’t work, I just throw everything away!
    Mitch

  8. That looks like quite the mess! I’m always looking for a good kitchen sponge, and Scotch is a brand I trust. I’ll have to go hunt these new sponges down!

  9. I just bought a 3-pack of their sponges last week, but I didn’t see that kind. I know what you’re talking about with the eggs though!!! I’m looking for those in the store next!

  10. I generally soak my caked plates in hot water and soap solution. It all generally comes off with a little scrubbing or even with some lemon :)

  11. Greetings! Very useful advice within this article!
    It is the little changes that make the most important changes.

    Many thanks for sharing!

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