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How Long Does It Take to Wipe Down the Sink?

If you're one of the people who has ever asked this, I know something about you. You're someone who routinely wipes it down after using it.

The people who instead wipe the sink down before using it need the same amount of time. And they think a lot more highly of their partner, even if they're not married to an after-wiper. They get a lot less riled up. And, of course, they often can skip wiping the sink altogether, because it's had time to dry or because someone left them a dry sink as a little love note.

If your spouse's water, whiskers, toothpaste, or creams on the sink are taking up space in your mind and heart for more than 20 seconds per sink visit, it takes just 20 seconds max to make your life better.

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