Monday, July 4, 2011

Crappy Housewife Tip of the Day

Everyone knows that you can save yourself a lot of scrubbing by soaking food-encrusted dishes in warm water. (If you didn't know that, congratulations, you get two tips today!) But what about food-encrusted surfaces that don't fit in your sink, like countertops, griddles, and kitchen floors? Are you doomed to scrub them? Never! Just soak a tea towel in warm water and drape it over the crusty surface. Let it sit for 10 minutes, then wipe up the gunk. If there are any globs of gunk that don't wipe up easily, use a hard plastic spatula (the pancake flipping kind) to scrape them up.

1 comment:

  1. Or if you're like me. Put the wet cloth on the encrusted surface. Rewet the cloth the next day because you left it there and forgot about it. Eventually it gets wiped up.