Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Washes a single spoon
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It's a long thin thingy, with a slot for accepting the spoon. Works on a battery and an internally closed circuit of water that is self cleaned. Extracts dry dirt in glubs at end. Perhaps a compostable paper towel would wrap each output.

When done with your spoon, stick it back in a vacant spoonwasher.

A few of those in each kitchen, and you'll always have clean spoons available. Of course they could serve for cleaning knives and forks as well.

A green light signifies that the spoon is clean.

It could be hung from the wall. They can be attached together to create a "spoonwasher matrix", in order to save space.

pashute, Jan 03 2011


       [+] good to have for the tea/coffeespoon usage cycle.
FlyingToaster, Jan 03 2011

       Most good dogs will lick the spoons spotless and clean for free. Get dog?
blissmiss, Jan 03 2011

       " internally closed circuit of water that is self cleaned "   

normzone, Jan 03 2011

       I can somewhat guarantee that even with this invention the person who finds it in their employ will continue to have a lack of clean spoonage.
rcarty, Jan 03 2011

       Indeed; Fermat's Last Theorem is also known as the "How to make sure you always have clean spoons" Theorem.   

       No-one has a solution.
8th of 7, Jan 03 2011

       // I can’t imagine why the handle would ever require washing. //   

       Really ? So, how do you get the wax out of your ears, and the bogeys out of your nose ?
8th of 7, Jan 04 2011

       Ok, that makes sense.
8th of 7, Jan 04 2011

       I am NEVER, EVER having tea at 8th's house!!
mwburden, Jan 04 2011

       I'm more afraid of the bogeys I don't know about.
rcarty, Jan 04 2011

       Call for CAD of this device...   

pashute, Feb 11 2011

       I would recommend a machine with spinning brushes, stream of recycled water and automatic spoon/fork/knife movement. You just insert it at one end and pick it clean at the other. Would be useful in large kitchens.
dreamtechnics, Feb 12 2011

       No. The idea is that this is where the spoon stays ON THE COUNTER. So you push it in, when done, like a shoepolish machine, and when you take the spoon its always clean. As I wrote, this is good for the smallest of kitchens.
pashute, Feb 13 2011


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