How to clean your Eco logical Reusable Snack Bags?
Finally, you replaced your disposable bag with a reusable silicone bags. We assume you're determined to take good care of them, though, since it probably cost you a lot of money. Ensure that they last for a long time without becoming dirty!
There are lots of options on the market these days, but we’re going to be talking about our #1 Ecological reusable snack bag. Our favorite thing about them is that they are affordable, high quality, durable and incredibly practical. These bags are leakproof and portable, and they come in different sizes. In addition, they are perfect for food storage. (Most likely, the steps and tips will also apply to other brands).
Before we begin, there’s a few things to keep in mind.
One of the things that make eco-friendly reusable silicone bags so attractive is that they're dishwasher safe. If this is the case for your reusable bag, put it in the dishwasher to take care of the usual cleaning. There are times, though, when you'll want to do a thorough cleaning by hand.
Lastly, never turn a reusable bag inside out! Doing so will compromise the seal of the bag.
Furthermore, here are some tips for cleaning reusable storage bags when they need some extra love.
Cleaning reusable food storage bags
- Small scrub brush
- Baking soda
- Distilled white vinegar
- Lemon juice
- Light cooking oil
- Paper or cloth towel
- In order to get the corners, fill the bag about one-quarter full with hot water, then shut it and swish it around. If necessary, use a small brush to remove stubborn crumbs.
- Make a natural eco friendly cleaning mixture- mix baking soda, distilled white vinegar, and lemon juice. If you are interested in reading more about eco friendly cleaning spray take a look at this article.
- The paste should be applied to the interior of the bag with your fingers or scrub brush. Let it sit for around 30 minutes. After about 15 minutes, you can flip it over.
- Then rinse it thoroughly under warm water. In order to prevent water spots on the bag, dry it with a towel.
- If the bag is not dried or you still have water spots, wet a paper towel with a touch of cooking oil and then polish it out. You can also prevent future stains by applying a thin film of oil.
- Our Ecological reusable snack bag can be soaked in either boiling water or distilled white vinegar if there is mold.
- Using baking soda and water, a vinegar paste, or a sunbath can help with stains.