Have you ever reached into a top cupboard for seldom-used serving spoon or cake plate and when you pulled it down, it was coated with a greasy film?
When this happens in my house, here's what I do: I use Seventh Generation dish liquid, and add a little baking soda to some water (maybe a teaspoon or less) or directly to a dish cloth. It takes the film off quickly and leaves a great shine.
Don't use too much of the baking soda, though. It softens the water, and could make rinsing more difficult. The baking soda won't harm your dishes or glassware and when using it with our dish liquid, you will be very pleased with the results.
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