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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwood View Post
    It helps to have options. Clean cookware without water. Use sand, a stick, leaves, moss, lichen, birch bark,...Scrape with utensils first. Swoosh the side of the pot with a clean finger. If using water use small amounts, and as Handlebar said, drink it. It's water. It's good for you. It has nutrients. Those are good for you. If eating something that sticks to a pot like mac n' cheese, cheese, etc, clean the pot right after eating.
    Yep, I always use a leaf as my scrubber.

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    How do you think, could I wash dishes with unfiltered water and antibacterial sanitizer gel like this one? https://www.amazon.com/Antibacterial...&s=beauty&th=1

    It contains Ethyl Alcohol 62%, so it may be not so dangerous, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkinmyshoes View Post
    How do you think, could I wash dishes with unfiltered water and antibacterial sanitizer gel like this one? https://www.amazon.com/Antibacterial...&s=beauty&th=1

    It contains Ethyl Alcohol 62%, so it may be not so dangerous, right?
    I use 95% Ethyl Alcohol (post 39 above), but it's for consumption/Everclear. Your link mentions contains Aloe, and I look for more details on added denatured toxins (ATF wants their tax $) - not sure I'd like those as pot/utensil residue.

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