THE paper towel and sudsy water stain removal hack for plastic containers is old news.
A food container company has revealed the best way to get even the most stubborn stains off of plastic bins – and it requires no scrubbing.
A container retailer shared how to remove stains from food storage casesCredit: TikTok
The process uses a few common ingredients and requires no scrubbingCredit: TikTok
Food storage and organization company Shazo Shop revealed the trick in a video shared with their 26,00 TikTok followers.
“Is your container stained?” a voiceover in a video showing the hack asked.
“Add baking soda, some rice, vinegar, warm water, [and] shake well.”
The last step is to rinse the container with water and you should end up with a like-new condition container free of stains.
Followers were thrilled with the seemingly easy cleaning method, but of course, a few mentioned the well-known trick that instructs people to soak the inside of a plastic container with soap, dish detergent, and a paper towel.
The account replied that their method works even better.
And in response to people concerned that pouring rice down a drain is harmful to it, the account replied that a little amount of rice shouldn’t do any harm.
The instructions did not give specific measurements needed for each product, but basing it on the size of the container and severity of the stain may be an ideal place to start.
If you’re looking for more ways to elevate your kitchen cleaning routines, there’s plenty of other cleaning advice that has been shared by professionals and gurus alike online.
For instance, a pro cleaner revealed the exact way she cleans the inside of clients’ fridges to ensure nothing is missed, while the CEO of Laundryheap shared spots in your kitchen you want to pay extra attention to when it comes time for tidying up.
The ingredients needed include baking soda, some rice, vinegar, and warm waterCredit: TikTok
The rice is meant to scrub the stain away so you don’t have toCredit: TikTok
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