Do you wear washing-up gloves?

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Fresher18
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Never for washing up but I do if I'm cleaning the bathroom/shower as the cleaning stuff severely dries out my skin
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#42
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Nah, I get my spouse to do the washing up.
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#43
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(Original post by Cote1)
Mild but effective at removing tannin after bruin a pot. The polar opposite of Tesco's. I need to wear gloves much more as my hands get very dry now!
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#44
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Does anyone else here have a dishwasher?
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#45
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(Original post by rosy_posy)
Does anyone else here have a dishwasher?
Only the bourgeoisie
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#46
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Yes because if I'm washing up i'm using water hot enough that it would hurt to not wear them
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#47
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(Original post by black tea)
Only the bourgeoisie
I only know what you're referring to because I study Sociology A-level 😂 but no I wouldn't say I am bourgeoisie haha
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(Original post by rosy_posy)
I only know what you're referring to because I study Sociology A-level 😂 but no I wouldn't say I am bourgeoisie haha
It was a joke
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(Original post by rosy_posy)
I only know what you're referring to because I study Sociology A-level 😂 but no I wouldn't say I am bourgeoisie haha
There are more classes than just the proletariat and bourgeoisie what about the petite bourgeoise or underclass or are we going to dismiss them as unimportant
also some proletariat have dishwasher how do you think the bourgeoisie who made a dishwasher got money don’t forget they exploit the proletariat and make them pay for things they themselves made and got underpaid for doing so
(I did GCSE sociology and am doing A level now I know what I’m on about😤)
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(Original post by rosy_posy)
Does anyone else here have a dishwasher?
At home no but in my dorm yes, I just don't have enough plates and bowls to wait for it to be full enough to go on since everyone else is on meal plan 😢
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(Original post by Fresher18)
At home no but in my dorm yes, I just don't have enough plates and bowls to wait for it to be full enough to go on since everyone else is on meal plan 😢
If it's at least half full then I'd say go for it lol
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(Original post by rosy_posy)
If it's at least half full then I'd say go for it lol
I normally do but still takes about 2 weeks before it get to the that point since the others just have cups that go in, between the 5 of us we have no more than 8 plates, 2 of them are mine and the others are split between 2 other people, tbf I will sometimes just put it one nearly empty because I don't pay the utility bill and it had stuff sitting in there for ages
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#53
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Got to protect the nails
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