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18 Jan
5:55pm, 18 Jan 2018
154 posts
Stilldreaming
Cyclops - that's genius! I would definitely do that if I had a dishwasher ;-)
18 Jan
5:56pm, 18 Jan 2018
37583 posts
Velociraptor
I can't put my trainers in the dishwasher. They might pick up germs off the toilet brush and the cat's food bowl :-O
18 Jan
6:13pm, 18 Jan 2018
15195 posts
Dvorak
Someone, somewhere out there, will be having conniptions at that last post.

Can you save time by putting the trainers in at the same time as the salmon in tinfoil?
18 Jan
6:21pm, 18 Jan 2018
21207 posts
LazyDaisy
I think I'll just leave mine dirty ;-)
18 Jan
6:21pm, 18 Jan 2018
3323 posts
Cyclops
What a good idea, Dvorak. Multi-tasking! Could bung the horses' bits in at the same time - and a few mugs...
18 Jan
6:23pm, 18 Jan 2018
3324 posts
Cyclops
I would like to make it absolutely clear that I never clean my trainers in any way. The mud drops off eventually.
18 Jan
8:00pm, 18 Jan 2018
27333 posts
Lip Gloss
OMG........just leaving that there
18 Jan
9:24pm, 18 Jan 2018
20004 posts
DocMoye
My trainers stay dirty ..... my toilet brush, well that’s my business!!!
18 Jan
10:08pm, 18 Jan 2018
14694 posts
Columba
The nearest I've ever got to cleaning my trainers is gouging bits of grit and caked mud from the underside.

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