In this installment, we'll share with you tips for cleaning your favorite Sports Water Bottles. In fact, the cleaning work is very simple and can be completed quickly. Here are some very useful methods for your reference:
Wash bottles with soap and water. This method is the most common and easiest way to remove bacteria and germs from baby bottles. If it's a wide-mouthed bottle, use your hands to grab a soapy, damp cloth to wipe all the offending stuff out. What about small mouth bottles like Coke-shaped stainless steel water bottles? Well, you can turn to a bottle brush. This useful tool allows you to reach every nook and cranny of your bottle, including all nooks and crannies. It is also recommended that you use a pipe cleaner to clean the pipes!
Clean the bottle with vinegar, cleaning tablets, or baking soda. Kitchen solutions like vinegar and baking soda can help eliminate bacteria and germs because they are antibacterial liquids. You should pour a teaspoon or two of vinegar into the bottle and let it sit for at least 6 hours. Shaking the bottle with the water and white vinegar solution further helps to get the bottle clean.
I know some of you may not like the smell of vinegar, but it does a great job of removing the grime from the bottle. Baking soda solution is easy to make, the only thing you need to do is mix the soda with water properly. The exact mix ratio will depend on the coarseness of the bottle. Dirty bottles need more soda. Tired of cleaning it yourself? Well, if this happens, you can simply clean with dental prophylaxis. Place one or two tablets in a bottle of water, let the bottle sit for at least 30 minutes, then rinse well. This method is also effective, but expensive compared to the cleaning methods described above.
Apply hydrogen peroxide to cleaning tasks. Hydrogen peroxide kills mold quickly and effectively. This cleaning method is ideal if your stainless steel water bottle is smelly, more specifically smelly, or slimy. When that happens, you need more than soap and water. Here's what you should do:
First, you'll need to wash the bottle with soap and water for basic cleaning. Then, rinse the bottle with hot water, seal it, and shake it for at least 5 minutes. It's tiring and I know it. After that, pour about 1/4 cup of hydrogen peroxide into the bottle, seal it, and shake vigorously for at least 5 minutes. Rest and wait 30 minutes before rinsing the bottle one last time. Now you have a brand-new bottle!