The other day, Kao released the dishwashing detergent "Cucut CLEAR Foam Spray". The feature is that you can wipe it directly on the tableware and remove the dirt without rubbing it, so I decided to give it a try immediately even before the release.
According to the product information, it is recommended to use it especially for items that the sponge is hard to reach. For example, it is suitable for spouts of water bottles, lids with packing, inner lids of rice cookers (use a sponge when sticking is severe), and graters and mixer blades where the sponge is easily damaged.
When you blow bubbles, it spreads while popping vigorously. It seems that this foam can be removed cleanly by quickly penetrating into the depths of dirt that is difficult to reach with ordinary detergents.
Leave it as it is for about 1 minute, then rinse with water and you're done. The stain removal is the same as a normal cucuit, and after rinsing, it has a familiar "squeaky" feel. It does not mean that the accumulated tea astringency will be removed cleanly.
Personally, it's useful for washing meat and fish food trays, and I want to keep it next to the sponge. It seems that the efficiency of dishwashing will improve if you spray only a part of it when washing dishes or use it in the morning when you do not have time.