Do you have dirty dishes in your sink right now? So do we, but instead of washing them we decided to podcast about it! Join Meagan and Sarah for a look at the products and practices that keep things moving in our kitchens, plus stories of faulty dishwashers, dishes pet peeves, what keeps us company while we do the dishes and more. Join us!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in Episode 172
- The episode we did about laundry: Loads & Loads (& Loads) Of Laundry (Episode 167)
- Sarah’s current dishwasher is this one: KitchenAid Top Control Dishwasher in Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Tub
- Some of our favorite dish soaps and detergents, available at Target (affiliate link)
- Sarah has this bamboo dish rack from Target and loves it (affiliate link)
- Sarah also uses these Scotch-Brite Stainless Steel Scrubbing Pads (affiliate link)
Seventh Generation Ultra Power Plus dishwasher packs! I purchase them at Target. I love them! I was hand washing my son’s bottles, binky’s, silicone plates, etc. up until he was about 9 months old ( he is 14 months old now). I finally gave up because the skin on my hands were shriveling up and became super dried out! The cascade we were using seem to give an odd taste to his food when I washed his silicone plates in the dishwasher. So, I decided to find an eco friendly dishwashing pod. I have also tried a couple of the Method pods. But, with our dishwasher, they leave an white crust on just about all of our glassware ( plastic and glass). So far, we have had no issues with the Seventh Generations pods!
Sarah Powers says
Awesome! Thanks, Kate!
I’ve always had a working dishwasher but we ALWAYS wash everything by hand, and the dishwasher’s sole purpose is used as a drying rack.