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It is common for us to use plastic dishes to store food in the refrigerator, to heat in the microwave and to transport our lunch to work. You may have noticed that this stew with tomato sauce, pasta, mole and others food has left its mark, a stain of color that simple washing with soap and water does not remove.

To eliminate those horrible stains and odors, we share simple tricks that will leave you clean and odorless.

Vinegar

After washing your containers with soap and water, fill to equal parts water and white vinegarLet it rest for a couple of hours. Wash as usual and let them dry.

Don’t worry about the vinegar smell, it disappears.

If you want to reduce the wait to so just a few minutesuse the undiluted vinegar.

Baking soda

Make a thick paste of warm water and baking soda and rub into the container. Let stand overnight and then remove with the sponge; wash as usual.

Lemon

Rub the lemon juice on the stain, then place it in the sun for 1 day, and then rinse as usual.

More tricks for smells

Newspaper. If your plastic dishes have a bad smell, try storing them with crumpled paper inside for at least one night, although this trick seems strange, Food52 claims it works. Don’t forget to wash with soap and water before using it.

Save them with a pinch of salt. So that your dishes do not keep odors that some foods leave even after washing them, store them with a pinch of coarse salt; when you have to use it just remove the beans.

Exposing your clean dishes to the sun is a natural way to combat odors.

recommendations

To avoid stains, it is recommended that you wash your fret as soon as possible with hot water and soap. If you are at work and can’t do it, a rinse with water will also help.

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Late Monday night the city announced that there had been a break at a major water transmission line for a pumping station near Ford Park which could leave large swaths of the city with either no or low water pressure for several days.

The pipe was leaking 5.5 million gallons of water per day, the city said.

23,600 customers over 5.5 square miles are affected in some capacity, the city said. Residents were advised to fill tubs and containers immediately. The city had initially reported that 59,500 customers over 14 square miles were affected, but later corrected the number.

“Residents are advised to store water in containers and fill tubs for emergency water supplies until further notice and to limit water use to essential needs,” the city said in a news release.

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