After filling all kinds of different drinks, there are often some unpleasant smells left in the cup. Let me tell you now that you can easily eliminate annoying odors by putting easy-to-get kitchen items such as tea leaves, sugar cubes, eggshells, baking soda, and vinegar in the vacuum insulated cup!
1. Pour some boiling water into the vacuum insulated cup
If it is a stainless steel or glass cup that can withstand high temperature, after washing the bottle, let it stand until it is completely dry, and then pour boiling hot water for 5 to 10 minutes, which can effectively disinfect and deodorize.
2. Add some green tea into the vacuum insulated cup
Put the tea dregs after brewing into a net or tea bag, then put it into a well-washed cup, close the lid, and do not need to add additional water, the deodorizing effect of the tea can also be exerted.
3. Pour some rice washing water into the vacuum insulated cup
The rice washing water, which is very popular in the field of deodorization, can also come in handy when deodorizing cups. Just put rice washing water in a clean cup and let it sit for a few hours, the unpleasant smell will be completely eliminated.
4. Add some cube sugar into the vacuum insulated cup
Put a few sugar cubes in the cup, then cover the lid and let it sit for one night to remove the odor. This is because sugar has the property of adsorbing odors, and it is also effective in reducing odors in the air.
5. Put some eggshells in the vacuum insulated cup
After the eggshell is put into the cup, it not only has the function of grinding, but also can remove the tea scale remaining in the cup. Put an eggshell in the cup, add some water, cover the lid tightly, shake the cup up and down, left and right, and let it sit for a while after shaking to completely eliminate the peculiar smell and tea scale in the cup.
6. Put some vinegar and baking soda in the vacuum insulated cup
Finally, surely, all-purpose cleaning and deodorizing vinegar and baking soda are indispensable. Depending on the chemical properties of vinegar and baking soda, the ingredients are different. The acidic nature of vinegar neutralizes alkaline odors, and the alkaline nature of baking soda neutralizes acidic odors. Just after washing the cup, put some vinegar or baking soda and water together in the cup and shake, and let it sit for a while. You can also add vinegar and baking soda at the same time, but be careful when mixing the two which will produce a lot of foam.
After the stainless steel vacuum cup has been removed from the odor or tea stains by the above methods, it should be cleaned in time, otherwise other odors will be produced.