You, me and the kitchen sink
From China to France, today's kitchen sink is Shandora's in France.
"This is my kitchen sink in France. The kitchen is the place where I spend most of my time, so I wanted to have a big kitchen (which is rare in France) so when we bought the house, with the tiny kitchen, I had a wall torn down ( there was a washing room behind it) and made it bigger. On the sink, you can see, I always have dishes or glasses left to dry. (oops, I don't always dry them after washing up) Since I have lots of dishes to wash, it doesn't all fit in the rack, so I sew some cloths from an old blanket and hemmed with an old pyjama of my son, to leave stuff to dry.
I never heard of other things to wash the dishes with, before coming to your blog, so I used sponges... Since I now need to learn how to knit them, I made some "sponges" out of the old blanket and wash up with these, and have to say I'm pretty happy with them. (but still need to learn how to knit, I'm just too curious.)
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