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January 5, 2009

Ultrasonic Vegetable Cleaner


Oh, what the heck — why not?

    Ultrasonic Vegetable Cleaner

    This chemical-free cleaner uses ultrasonic waves in water to remove dirt from the hard-to-reach crevices of fruits and vegetables.

    Also applicable for cleaning silverware, its 3-3/4-gallon water reservoir can hold a dozen large potatoes or six ears of sweet corn (or six place-settings of silverware).

    Once submerged, a simple touch of a button initiates cleaning; 40 KHz oscillations using one of the three settings (fruit and vegetables, corn, or dishes) dislodge dirt to clean your comestibles in only 10 minutes.

    The cavitation bubbles generated by the ultrasonic vibrations are strong enough to remove residual food from dishes, even after [they've been] sitting out for a day.

    A drain hose allows you to empty water conveniently into your sink.

    18-1/2"L x 10-3/4"W x 8-3/4"D.

    Made in Germany.


Me, I'm waiting for Version 2.0; I heard it's got a laser.

$499.95 (vegetables included? Sure. Just make sure you ask for express delivery, would be my advice).

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I think it needs ultraviolet rays to "sterilize" the veggies. And a special homeopathic/silver water solution to add to it, to leach the toxins, pesticides, and other "bad" stuff out. And magnets to give it good "energies."

If anyone ever catches me spending $500+ just so I can avoid using a scrubber for two minutes here and there, especially when I have a perfectly functioning dishwasher- please give me a dopeslap upside the head to bring me to my senses- thank you!

Posted by: Lilorfnannie | Jan 5, 2009 1:19:33 PM

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