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By "littl3storm" / Tuesday 1 January 2019 12:00 /
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By  purplewhanker  |  1

I would hazard a guess that you cannot move out and that nothing you can do will meet with her approval. However, is there a dish soap you can use that you are not allergic to? Just to keep the peace just until you can leave that toxic household?

BTW, keep up the good work and remember, like the proctologist said to his constipated patient, "This too shall pass."

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By  purplewhanker  |  1

I would hazard a guess that you cannot move out and that nothing you can do will meet with her approval. However, is there a dish soap you can use that you are not allergic to? Just to keep the peace just until you can leave that toxic household?

BTW, keep up the good work and remember, like the proctologist said to his constipated patient, "This too shall pass."

By  ViviMage  |  38

This is a perfectly valid reason to install a dishwasher or get a mobile one that connects to the sink.

You can try soapnuts, or see if you can make your own with washing soda and citric acid. Maybe even vinegar.

Or look for seventh generation or special soap made for baby dishes/bottles.

Just please do not use no soap and cold water!! I contracted Listeria infection from a roommate that did that.

Or let someone that isn't a total b--I mean isn't allergic do them!

By  ViviMage  |  38

For what it's worth, Palmolive tends to be gentle on skin.

By  Robin_1281540580  |  7

Uh, i couldnt use this excuse whilst gloves exist. Get elbow length rubber gloves and u can contribute entirely. Im also allergic to dishwashing liquid but everyone needs to contribute

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