1: 1. Washing fruits and vegetables can remove some pesticides. 2. A study found washing with baking soda to be most effective. 3. Not all pesticides can be completely removed by washing.

2: 1. Water alone can reduce pesticide residues on produce. 2. Scrubbing with a brush can help remove surface pesticides. 3. Organic produce may have fewer pesticide residues to begin with.

3: 1. Washing can make produce safer to eat. 2. Some pesticides can penetrate the skin of fruits and vegetables. 3. Peeling can also reduce pesticide exposure but may remove nutrients.

4: 1. There are some pesticides that can't be washed off. 2. It's still important to wash produce, regardless. 3. Soaking produce in vinegar and water may help remove some pesticides.

5: 1. Washing can decrease children's pesticide exposure. 2. Pesticides can be harmful to human health. 3. Proper washing and cooking can reduce pesticide risks.

6: 1. Washing produce under cold water is recommended. 2. Patting produce dry after washing can also help. 3. Always wash all fruits and vegetables, not just the ones with thin skins.

7: 1. Washing produce is especially important if you can't buy organic. 2. Rinsing fruits and vegetables can significantly reduce pesticide exposure. 3. Pesticides can pose health risks even at low levels of exposure.

8: 1. Washing produce before eating is a simple way to reduce pesticide intake. 2. Different fruits and vegetables may require different washing methods. 3. It's better to buy Organic to avoid pesticides.

9: 1. Washing produce is a quick and easy way to protect your health. 2. Pesticide levels can vary on different types of produce. 3. Always wash fruits and vegetables, even if they have a thick skin.