presoak

pre·soak

 (prē-sōk′)
tr.v. pre·soaked, pre·soak·ing, pre·soaks
To soak (laundry) before washing.
n. (prē′sōk′)
1. The act or an instance of presoaking.
2. A liquid preparation in which laundry is presoaked.
3. A cycle on an automatic washing machine for presoaking laundry.

presoak


Past participle: presoaked
Gerund: presoaking

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
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Present Perfect
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Past Continuous
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Past Perfect
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Future
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Future Perfect
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Future Continuous
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
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Conditional
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Past Conditional
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For the most evenly cooked beans, use a regular stockpot--and no need to presoak. In the speed category, the Instant Pot wins--but only by about half an hour.
Most seeds used for microgreen growing don't require a presoak before planting.
Key features include: bi-directional (cuts in both directions), facilitating pushback; large replaceable carbide cutters positioned in independent cutting paths; replaceable fluid ports located along the edge of each wing presoak the path of the oncoming cutters; compact length and centralizing ring.
(The best wood choices for planking are cedar, alder and oak.) Presoak the plank in water for two hours, then pat planks dry with paper towels and spray-coat or lightly oil one side of the plank.
Then soak in an enzyme presoak. Wash normally, but don't machine dry until the stain is gone.
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* If they cannot be immediately cleaned, are instruments placed in a presoak (such as water or detergent) to prevent debris from drying on surfaces?
Generally speaking, detailers are the biggest users of presoaks. A good presoak will loosen up the dirt, grease and road film from the car surface and make it ready for the car washing soap.
And there is no need to presoak these raisins prior to use in baking.
Key features include: bi-directional (cuts in both directions), facilitating pushback; large replaceable carbide cutters positioned in independent cutting paths;replaceable fluid ports located along the edge of each wing presoak the path of the oncoming cutters; compact length and centralizing ring.
In that scenario, there'd be a "presoak period," which allows boats to set all their pots but not harvest them, giving smaller vessels a chance to proceed more cautiously.
Simply presoak them and then simmer for one hour in a covered pot with just enough water to cover.