Water is scarce on a boat. And you probably have better things to do than wash dishes. Here’s how to wash dishes the easy way. [More] The Best Ways to Wash Dishes on a Boat
I am quite positive that no one's dream of sailing off into the sunset includes washing dishes by hand while trying not to use too much water. But it has to be done.
Tips and gear to make it less of a chore.
A smelly dish rag can make your whole boat (and your hands) stink. Don’t let it happen to you. Here’s how. [More] No More Stinky Dish Rags – Here’s How!
Water is precious but you have to get the soap off the dishes. Use noticably less water with this tip! [More] How to Use Less Water on Your Soapy Dishes
If you use a Ziploc bag to store your food scraps and scrape plates into, this little device is like having someone to hold the bag open for you! [More] Dish Scraping 2.0
Want a small pressure sprayer? Say to do dishes, wash off feet or snorkel gear, or rinse veggies? The Aquabot is the answer. [More] Aquabot
Don’t injure yourself when the boat rolls! Yeah, drying siliverware can be a safety concern . . . [More] Draining Silverware
Use less water to wash dishes and greatly reduce the chances of clogging the galley drain? Double-win! [More] Scraping the Dishes
Cleaning coffee oils out of baskets, Keurig reusable filters and other permanent filters used to be tough. Finally I found a simple solution that doesn’t even take much water! [More] Cleaning a Coffee Basket
Another great idea for drying dishes . . . AND a place to set hot pans where they won’t slip and slide, all rolled into one. Better yet, it’s not expensive! [More] Silicone Dish Mat/Hot Pad
Great idea for a small dish drainer to hold small items (or just a few dishes for a single-hander) and doubles as a colander. [More] Another Idea for Draining Dishes