Minerals and preservatives often added to the raw mater […]
Minerals and preservatives often added to the raw materials of plastic lunch boxes and water, vinegar, oil, etc. contained in foods melt each other, so it is very easy to cause odor. How to remove the odor of plastic lunch boxes?
Infuse the lemon slices with boiling water for a while, and wait until your water turns pale yellow; then pour the lemon juice into the lunch box and let it stand for half an hour. Throw away the lemon juice and dry the lunch box. The smell is gone.
Milk deodorization method: After the plastic lunch box is applied, first add detergent to clean it, and then pour two soup key spoons of fresh milk into the lunch box, cover the outer lid, and shake, so that every corner of the lunch box contacts the milk About 1 minute, throw away the milk and clean the lunch box.
Orange peel deodorization method: After the plastic lunch box is applied, first add detergent to clean it up, and then put the fresh orange peel in a lunch box, cover it, and leave it for about 3 to 4 hours.
Pour a cup of diluted vinegar water into the lunch box. The volume is about half the size of the lunch box. Let it stand overnight. Because the vinegar can have a very good comprehensive odor, clean it with cold water and clean it next day. Place, just let it dry in nature.