#7E dishes and deep glasses
Since my mother was so busy running the business, the rule in our house was: whoever cooks does not have to do the dishes. I started grade 4, as my brothers were older and not around as much. My cooking skills were pretty lax back then, so guess who has been doing dishes for almost 50 years? To boot, we have never invested in an automatic dishwasher, so all those dishes have been done the old fashioned way.
What does all this have to do with the 7E? Well, it is rather shameful, when I think about it, that it took me over 4 decades to come up with a bioBob that not only does dishes - it goes right into deep glasses and bottles.
Even if your bottle is longer than this bioBob, the length allows you to fish it out easily (after you have used the handle of a wooden spoon, or rubber spatula, to get to the bottom of a baby bottle or highball glass).
Someone with my size of hands, who has been making the best sponges on the planet all this time, should have figured this one out... at least 30 years ago.
I really shouldn't pass this hack on, but for those of you with Dutch heritage (like me), this one is long enough to cut in half with a good bread knife ~ thereby giving both a cute dishwashing sponge... and a travel-sized body sponge ~ for the price of one bioBob.