Cleaning method for plastic cups

Toothpaste method: First rinse the cup with water (without leaving any water), then rub it against the wall of the cup with toothpaste, and rinse it with clean water. Salt, whether it’s table salt or coarse salt, can help us remove tea stains from cups. Method: After using your fingers to pick it up, brush it back and forth over the tea stain. It only takes two to three minutes to discover that the tea stain miraculously disappears and is not easily harmful to the cup body.

Sometimes citrus peels come into contact with old scale and cannot be cleaned thoroughly by brushing. It’s best to look for leftover lemons or peels to throw away after eating the oranges in the kitchen. Method: For cleaning the Coffee cup, use lemon slices or a little vinegar to wipe the rim of the cup; If it’s a coffee pot, we can slice the lemon, wrap it in a cloth, and put it on the top of the coffee pot. Add water and fill it up.

Boil lemon in the same way as making coffee, letting it drip into the pot below. When yellow and turbid water drips out of the coffee pot, this is evidence that citric acid removes coffee stains. Generally speaking, it takes about two times to clean the coffee pot. Peel+Salt: Using peel as a substitute for vegetable cloth, soaking in salt and then brushing tea stains can achieve unexpected results. If there is no fruit peel, using a little vinegar will also have the same effect. Kitchen bleach: Dilute the kitchen specific bleach in a large basin, then soak the cup overnight. The next day, clean with water, and the tea stains will become clean and smooth. Commonly known as a teapot (for drinking tea) or a toothbrush (for brushing teeth)

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