Have you ever packaged up tomatoes or tomato sauce after dinner? You don’t want those leftovers to go to waste, of course. But after you’ve used up that extra sauce or eaten that one last slice of lasagna, you’ve probably noticed something funny about your plastic container.
Namely? That funny red/orange tint that’s staining the inside, and it is IMPOSSIBLE to get out.
Seriously, you can scrub your heart out, you can run that container through a million dish washer cycles, but nothing will ever bring back your nice, clean plastic container. It’ll always have that rusty-looking ring around it, or worse, be completely stained inside.
Well, sauce-lovers, it turns out there are ways to reverse these tomato stains! They requires a little more work than just sticking the container in the dishwasher for the fourth time in a row, but they’re much more effective. You can try one technique on its own or maybe a couple together, if that stain is really tough.
Method #1: Chlorine Bleach
The first method involves bringing out the big guns: a.k.a. chlorine bleach. Letting your container soak with some bleach and warm water for about a half hour should do the trick at removing those orange marks.
While this bleach can work wonders on tough stains, it has its downsides, too. For instance, the smell and the lingering chemicals that might be left behind on your containers.
Of course, we highly suggest that you rinse out the container afterwards, maybe even letting it cycle through the dishwasher a few times to get those chemicals (and those chemical smells) off.
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