You can use bleach water, if you want but you should know something important about it: it's not antibacterial. Or rather, it's antibacterial under very specific circumstances: it's a fresh bottle that has not been stored for more than a couple of months, and it hasn't been opened over and over again AND the solution is wet on the surface continuously for more than 4 minutes. Plus, it's not a very good cleaner --it is a poor surfactant (the ability to lift dirt and cut grease), but it is highly toxic and excellent for destroying fabrics.
You can also just use water --hot as you can stand. Hot water and air drying is the most effective way of washing the most germs and bacteria off anything. If there's grease that needs to be lifted, virtually any soap or detergent (hand soap to dishwasher detergent, depending on how dirty it is) added to the water will clean almost anything off of almost anything.
at 2:32 PM on Oct. 11, 2010