I quite enjoy washing up. I’m rubbish at other housework, though. Virtually everything in my office, apart from my keyboard and mouse, is dusty; the floor has Billy-hair-tumbleweed in all the corners; and the windows have antique dirt on them. Washing up though is good. There’s that fairly instant gratification involved. Sink is a mess – wash wash scrub scrub wipe wipe: sink now clean! But there’s one thing that I can’t get to grips with: getting rid of the washing-up bubbles. Is there a more efficient way of doing it than this? (Quicktime .mov, 1.4MB) All that extra water to flush away the bubbles. I don’t ever remember seeing my mum do it like that. When she did it, the bubbles miraculously disappeared with a quick splash of water, not the bucket’s-worth I have to use. Anyone get any tips?