Making Dish Duty Less Disgusting

By: Alex Covert - Published: Nov 1, 2008   Updated: Aug 23 2011 • References: seongyonglee & ohgizmo
The after-dinner sink can be a scary place: bowls of cold water with frothy films of scum; chunks of water-logged bread and bits of chewed up gristle. Soon, piled-up dishes block the drain, allowing the sink to fill to the point where no one wants to stick their hands into it.

Seongyong Lee has come up with a solution. He designed Floating Cutlery, utensils with built-in floats to keep them above the murky depths.

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