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BioBacteriaBishcleaner

Instead of soap you pour bio-engineered bacteria in your sink that are programmed to eat all leftovers and dirt from your plates and kitchenware
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With all the development going on in bio-engineering this should be possible. Bacteria have always been the Tony Sopranos ( ie waste-managers) of planet earth.

Now we give them their job back. Goodbey soap, hello bacteria.

No more sponges and scrubbing, just put the plates in the sink pour in some B3 (BioBacteriaBishcleaner).

A commercial would go something like:

you hate wasting time scrubbing plates?, you don't want to put evil soap in nature? Let nature take over! B3 ... Be free!

mikrofoon, Jul 18 2010

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       Do they scrub the waste out of intestines, too? Better put a neat little 'am i on a dish or halfway down someone's pooper' checker program in there. That is, you don't want to mess with those internal waste/bacteria balances. Unless you do. Maybe you do. Like a diet pill. Clean your dishes and your fat ass all in one!
daseva, Jul 18 2010
  

       "I see dead people"
8th of 7, Jul 18 2010
  

       I see dishwashers running a week-long programme.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 18 2010
  

       You don't need bioengineering for this: just leave the dishes alone and the bacteria will beat a path to your sink.
mouseposture, Jul 18 2010
  

       As an alternative to bacteria: you could also bio engineer a dog-like animal that licks all your dishes clean. Ofcourse this animal should be autocleaning it's tongue somehow now and then..
mikrofoon, Jul 19 2010
  

       Slightly disappointed this isn't a new shower gel specifically designed for my armpits...
Jinbish, Jul 19 2010
  
      
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