You could say that Ryan Zimmerman is similar to a garbage disposal when it comes to his abilities at third base. He seems to pull in any batted baseball that comes his way, just as a garbage disposal pulls in food from your sink basin.
Ryan Zimmerman eats healthily to stay in good shape, and so must your garbage disposal. Certain food waste is like junk food for your garbage disposal (and not because it tastes good but, rather, that it’s unhealthy); onions and onion skins, citrus and citrus skins, and oils and grease should not go down your garbage disposal. Onions and citrus should be thrown in the trash, and oil and grease should be disposed of in a glass jar with a lid.
When using a garbage disposal, run cold water first, then turn on the garbage disposal. After the food has been cleared, turn the disposal off, and let the water continue to run for 10 to 15 more seconds.
Just as batters should keep batted baseballs away from Ryan Zimmerman, people should keep hands and utensils away from the garbage disposal.
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