How often when doing the dishes do you find there is baked-on or sticky food on a plate or bowl? And how often do you identify the baked-on or sticky food as part of the plate, dish, or utensil? You don’t! Why? Because when you took the plate, dish, or utensil out of the cabinet, it was clean, and it did not have any of that sticky food on it. To be able to see its natural state, you simply run it under some clean water with dish soap and the scrub of a sponge, and you have a clean plate again.
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