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Synonyms for dishcloth

a cloth for washing dishes

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Another bacteria, staphylococcus aureus, a principal cause of serious food poisonings in the United States, was present in 20 percent of sponges and 18 percent of dishcloths, they reported.
Betina, who works for a firm of architects in Covent Garden, made handprints after commuting, touching money, going to the toilet, opening the post, using a computer, preparing raw meat, wiping hands on a dishcloth, going to the staff canteen at lunchtime and the pub after work.
An astonishing 100,000 bacteria were found in every millilitre of fluid wrung from dishcloths.
On July 21, Public Health England confirmed four of the samples, from the chicken, pork, ham and a dishcloth, had tested positive for salmonella.
He brought two dishcloths in, and one diving glove, then one diving sock.
Proponents of dishcloths and dishtowels swear by the fact that they wash and dry dishes as their mothers did, defending their choice by the fact that cloth can be tossed into the washer after several uses.
Pop tea towels and dishcloths on a hot wash now so they're fresh for Thursday.
Zoe Heseltine, 21, a barber from Grainger Park, said: "I suppose he's going to need some of the essentials for his new house, things like dishcloths and cleaning products.
Studies by the Hygiene Council show 80% of dishcloths are contaminated with a high number of bacteria, including E.
For example, while shopping recently, I found a great deal on dishcloths and bought several.
DuraTowel Bounty's Revolutionary New Paper Towel is Clinically Proven to Leave Surfaces Three Times Cleaner* than Used Dishcloths Which Spread Millions of Germs
The Huddersfield-based Not Just a Community Enterprise group has held two stalls selling products including hand-made dishcloths and lavender bags.
What they share in common is the use of materials gathered and re-purposed, for example wood scraps, glass, house paint, paper, plastic, wire, metal, cassette tapes, books, staples, dishcloths, dirt, flip-flops, toys, dust from the Paris metro.
Using felt, icy pole sticks, dishcloths, discarded plastic containers, magazines and glue this boat is a cross between an Indonesian fishing boat and an Australian ferry,updated with GPS satellite,radar unit, beds, rest rooms and eating areas.
In that case it may have been a combination of wildly fluctuating temperatures and oxidation that made the wine taste of soggy dishcloths.