Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Dishwashing Sink

Pile up dishes and pour water over them.
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I have a dishwasher so 'doing the dishes' should be easy. However, I am also very lazy so dishes tend to pile up in the sink for a couple of days. Eventually the sink is full of dishes and I can no longer use it as a sink, so I have to put them in the dishwasher and wash them, which is extra work.

Kitchens should be designed with a collapsable hood over the sink. When the sink is full, the hood is pulled down and seals over the top of the sink. Then, water jets from the top of the hood and sides of the sink will wash your dishes. It shouldn't be very hard to implement because most of the plumbing is already in place.

DIYMatt, Jul 23 2014

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       True, true genius. Commercial dishwashers kind of work like this. Why are domestic ones so unergonomic?
pocmloc, Jul 23 2014
  

       It might work, but if dishes are stacked on top of each other with lots of grease on them, the grease might not come off. I'll bun for hoping. +
xandram, Jul 23 2014
  

       // the grease might not come off. //   

       10% surfactants, 20% methanol, balance is concentrated sodium hydroxide solution, sprayed at 70C. The grease will come off.
8th of 7, Jul 23 2014
  

       Hannibal Lecter's dishwasher is described above.
not_morrison_rm, Jul 23 2014
  
      
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