Microbes Free Kitchen Thingies

So what is your cleaning routine for dishcloths and kitchen cutting boards? Mine is this: for the cutting board, I scrub it clean with an ordinary dish-soap and every now and then I boil the dishcloth in soap + disinfectant water. I follow this routine for the lack of “sterilizing aids” in India, plus we are the lazy sorts…we have house helps to do most of this stuff. But on this global forum, I’m becoming more aware of the hazards of not having a good sanitizing routine. If I were to pick one, I’d use this convenient Pure System that sanitizes the cloth and board; in one go.

Although not specified by the designer, I am assuming it uses a UV system and maybe some washing techniques as well. I like its wall mount orientation, can have it hanging next to the water filter system that I have.

Designer: Chang Shin Gwak

18 Comments

  • Kyu says:

    This is a quite interesting design for kitchen environment.
    It could be wonderful to maintain for clean and nice kitchen wares.

  • Kyu says:

    This is a quite interesting design for kitchen environment.
    It could be wonderful to maintain for clean and nice kitchen wares.

  • louis kim says:

    oh~! ssi bal~! good~!

  • louis kim says:

    oh~! ssi bal~! good~!

  • jiyoon says:

    I think a good idea to be pragmatic,

  • jiyoon says:

    I think a good idea to be pragmatic,

  • Ap_a says:

    Oh god.. I love it

  • Ap_a says:

    Oh god.. I love it

  • JJJ says:

    oh may god!!!!!!!!!!!11 You'r genius

  • sung says:

    good design~!!!!

  • sung says:

    good design~!!!!

  • Eugene says:

    I like the concept. I always thought that chopping/ cutting board was so dirty. It is almost obvious that we needed something that can sanitize our kitchen neccessity.

    Great Job !!!!

  • Eugene says:

    I like the concept. I always thought that chopping/ cutting board was so dirty. It is almost obvious that we needed something that can sanitize our kitchen neccessity.

    Great Job !!!!

  • anon says:

    First thing, change the board to a antibacterial plastic – wood boards are far more likely to contain harmful microbes than plastics. Second, look into how thing are actually sanitized in a hospital or lab – UV light isn't the best way to do this sort of thing. I'm not saying the concept isn't interesting, I'm just wondering how it improves upon on a low cost soapy scrub down.

  • anon says:

    First thing, change the board to a antibacterial plastic – wood boards are far more likely to contain harmful microbes than plastics. Second, look into how thing are actually sanitized in a hospital or lab – UV light isn't the best way to do this sort of thing. I'm not saying the concept isn't interesting, I'm just wondering how it improves upon on a low cost soapy scrub down.

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