[Tastebridge] Dish soap

algoldor at frantisekapfelbeck.org algoldor at frantisekapfelbeck.org
Mon Feb 28 23:05:23 PST 2011


Hi to All,
I would recommend to have a larger container of dish soap/cleaning  
liquid somewhere "hidden" on the side and top up a smaller bottle,  
preferably mix it with water and leave it by the sink. In the worst  
case we can wash with hand soap, it happened before and it works.  
Concerning other system/protocol. Well I do not know, some  
suggestions? Do I remember correctly that there was a wiki page about  
shit which Noisebridge needs? Other option is to post on discussion  
list and get it bought by community. It generally works too but maybe  
it would be better to take care about the shopping as Tastebridge  
because we use it quite a bit and effectively we should be the  
"shepherds" of the kitchen (or more a prison guard ...:-))) Take it as  
a suggestions, I'm away so I'm not able to reflect the situation very  
well.

Sincerely,

Frantisek




Quoting Wladyslaw Zbikowski <embeddedlinuxguy at gmail.com>:

> Hi all, I am at the space now and was about to wash a sinkful of
> dishes, but I can't find any dish soap. There is a box of dishwasher
> detergent powder, but no liquid hand-dish-washing soap, or maybe I
> just can't find it. Can we establish a protocol to ensure that there
> is always dish soap on hand?
>
> I see someone has established a protocol for marking whether the
> dishes in the dishwasher are clean or dirty, but I believe it is
> unimplemented, because the sign says "not clean" whereas the dishes
> inside appear to be, in fact, clean.
>
> Thanks for your consideration.
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