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How can I Electric Power, Water Wash soiled fruits and vegetables?

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I am physically unable to wash sullied fruits and vegetables, particularly ones just plucked from soil. I am disabled, and I injured myself. The water pressure out of my faucets are TOO LOW AND POWERLESS to rinse off the dregs!

Please recommend any table top, electric powered, water jets or cleaners that can douse away the smut? I hanker something that I can plug in my wall socket, and that has a removeable water tank that I can refill from my tap. I I live in the USA.

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A WaterPik or similar water flosser should work for this. You'll want one with an adjustable pressure, as the highest setting won't be suitable for the more delicate vegetables.

A pre-rinse in a large quantity of warm (comfortable) water followed by a trip through a salad spinner will work for quite a lot of things.

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