...does it get clean?
The answer to this question is in fact, no. It does not get clean.
It actually will sit in the sink and soak. Eventually it will develop an offensive sulfur like smell which will cause one to think for a split second that she may be having a stroke.
So I gave in. After 3 days of just hoping the dishes would magically vanish into thin air I did them.
Now I am paying the price.
The cost? Searing, blinding, take your breath away, am I in labor?? back pain.
You see my sink stinks. (...not literally anymore since I just cleaned it but figuratively)
I guess it's not the sink so much as it's the faucet.
It is a less then satisfying faucet.
If the faucet were a man it would drive a shiny red convertible BMW...would seriously consider the drugs advertised on TV at 3am to enhance it's performance...I would have to tell it that I have met faucets like it and it wasn't the size but the quality of the water from it that mattered...if you get my meaning.
Due to my less then average faucet size and my above average stomach size I need to tilt toward the sink in a pretty awkward position while attending to this particular domestic duty. After even 5 minutes my back just seizes.
I am then forced to lean all the way over with my elbows on the edge of the counter and my head sunk down to complete the task.
I have to do the dishes doggie style.
Was that going too far?
Because this was really what I was thinking while trying to finish up and distract myself from the pain.
I'm the faucet's bitch.