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All the crystals trapped in the folds of the bag land in the sink and can be rinsed away.
Keep a bottle in your bag, a couple by the kitchen and bathroom sinks, and another on your desk or near wherever you work.
They also consider carbon sinks—the ocean, soils, and vegetation—that absorb a little over half of human-generated carbon dioxide.
In September, the company told The Post that it had added 150 new safety measures, including portable sinks, thermal cameras and additional janitorial staff, to its facilities during the pandemic.
By that time, heavier and more consistent rain is likely to take over as a cold front sinks into the region.
If you can’t make it to a sink with soap and water right away, hand sanitizer is the next best thing.
Carefully dump the boiling water into your sink or back into the stock pot.
We suggest setting out in the sink or tub, but you can take the little ship outside if you want.
If you want to clean around the sides of your sink, you can pull down on the magnetically-held faucet head for greater maneuverability and spray control.
The overall design is sleek and measures roughly 5 by 5 inches so it can fit neatly atop most bathroom sinks.

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