It is better to rinse dishes in hot water instead of cold, because hot water has more cleaning power. Hot water also makes for quicker dish washing and eliminates the need for a large amount of dish washing liquid. More »

Hot water cleans more effectively than cold water when it is used to wash linens and whites or very dirty, greasy clothes. This is because higher water temperatures work better to effectively remove germs and clean heavi... More »

Most plants grow better in neither hot nor cold water, but flourish in lukewarm water. However, plants differ depending on the species of the plant and the climate in which it grows. For instance, if water is too cold, A... More »

To clean stoneware, rinse items in hot water, rub off any excess debris by hand or with a nylon scraper and pat dry with a towel or air dry. The most important thing to remember is not to use soap. More »

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Some effective roof cleaning methods include spraying the roof with a mixture of hot water, bleach and detergent along with using lye cleaners or using noncorrosive cleaners. Installing copper or zinc strips near the roo... More »

Clean the majority of silicone items by hand with warm or hot water and a mild soap. Most items are dishwasher-safe, although it's recommended to avoid immersing silicone items with internal electrical or mechanical comp... More »

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White tiles should first be sprayed with an all purpose cleanser, then the shower should be turned on using hot water. A volume of steam should be allowed to build up, then the shower should be turned off, the bathroom d... More »

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