The thermos cup is especially useful when the weather turns cold, so that we can have a warm drink to warm the stomach all the time. However, the inner liner of the vacuum flask is a hotbed of bacteria. It is constantly growing in the long-lasting vacuum flask. If the inner liner is not thoroughly cleaned, it is equivalent to drinking the bacteria together!
How to clean the cup to remove odor
The cup has a small part such as a rubber ring and a leak-proof design. If you use it for a long time, you will find yellowing and long black spots. Even the rubber ring is more likely to have odor. This means your cup. All are bacteria! For those who like to put coffee or tea into the mug, they must pay more attention because these beverages tend to leave stains on the mug, and the longer these stains remain, the harder it is to clean and the bacteria grow more easily.
Insulation cup daily maintenance cleaning
The vacuum flask is different from other cups and has a vacuum insulation layer, so be careful when cleaning, to ensure hygienic safety and not to damage the stainless steel material. Introduce a few "small steps" to clean the mugs for everyone today!
What if the mug emits an odor?
At this time, you can dilute the water with white vinegar, then pour it into a vacuum flask for 30 minutes, then rinse it with hot water several times! Dip cup is the easiest way to get odor, natural deodorization is not afraid of affecting health!
2. Remove stains
Put the right amount of rice in the cup into the thermos cup, pour about 5 grams of soda powder, and then pour 100 ml of water. Then close the lid and shake the mug up and down for about 3 minutes. Then wash the cup with water, then you will find that the stains in the cup are removed by the rice! Soda powder can be said to be a "universal" cleaner. When used with rice, it will make your mug "new".
3. Dealing with stubborn dirt
If Method 2 can't remove the stains in the mug, please be assured that there are ways to deal with stubborn dirt. Add about one ounce of high white vinegar to the flask, then add 1 to 2 tablespoons of baking soda and add hot water immediately. At this point, there will be bubbles coming out. This is normal. You don't have to pay attention to it and don't cover it. Just put it in the sink, pour it out after a few hours, then wash it off with warm water.
Finally, warm reminder, there are reports that the mug can not be filled with drinks with too high pH, otherwise it will destroy the inner coating and lead to the release of harmful substances! These include lemon juice, grapefruit juice, milk or lactic acid drinks, and acid-based drinks such as Chinese medicine. Because the pH is too high, it will not only erode the stainless steel coating, but also cause metal poisoning. Therefore, in view of safety considerations, it is best to install only the boiled water.