At this time when the water is not too cold, it is perfect for early cleaning of dirty parts such as the filter of the ventilation fan and the trivet of the gas stove. But these are bulky and occupy the sink, and I'm also worried about the dirt being scattered.
It is convenient to have a "bag for washing" that you can buy for 100 yen. I bought it at Daiso, and the price was 100 yen (excluding tax) for 5 pieces.
This product is a large plastic bag designed to fit comfortably in a typical sink. The size is about 900 x 400 x 300 mm, and it can cover the area around the sink firmly.
Cover the drain with a lid or a plate and open the bag, then use masking tape to stop the protruding area, and then add commercially available detergent, baking soda, oxygen bleach, etc. and hot water to dissolve it.
All you have to do is put what you want to keep and leave it. If you squeeze the top of the bag, you can efficiently soak it in a little hot water and expect a heat retention effect.
After soaking, scrape off any oil or dirt that has floated up and rinse. All the steps up to this point are done in the bag, and finally, a hole is made near the drain and water is poured to complete the cleaning. It's easy to clean up after just throwing away the bag, and I was able to clean it as if I was washing it in the sink.
As a caveat, it is easy to tear if it hits a sharp part such as a ventilation fan. Be especially careful when tying your mouth. If you tie up the bag, you can use the sink for a while, and if the size matches, you can use it in a costume case. There is no loss in preparing it!