- 1 How do you clean a Contigo coffee mug lid?
- 2 How do you clean plastic cup lids?
- 3 Can I put my Contigo mug in the dishwasher?
- 4 How do you get mold out of a Contigo water bottle?
- 5 Why can’t you put carbonated drinks in a Contigo?
- 6 Is it safe to drink out of a cup that had mold?
- 7 How do you clean a silicone coffee lid?
How do you clean a Contigo coffee mug lid?
To wash by hand, soak the lid for 10 minutes in hot, soapy tap water. Hand-wash the body with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse both the lid and body thoroughly before use.
How do you clean plastic cup lids?
If the lid has an open/close mechanism, set it to “open.” Avoid cleansers or anything chlorine-based, but if your lid is particularly stinky, you can soak it in a warm water-baking soda solution for a couple hours instead. Rinse under warm water, opening and closing the seal to ensure all the soap gets washed away.
Can I put my Contigo mug in the dishwasher?
Contigo travel mug lids are top-rack dishwasher safe, as are any unpainted stainless steel bodies. The stainless container should be hand washed. Contigo recommends hand washing all stainless travel mugs in order to keep its nice and shiny surface.
How do you get mold out of a Contigo water bottle?
Baking Soda and Bleach For hard-to-clean grime and mildew, consider cleaning your water bottle with bleach. Mix a teaspoon of bleach with a teaspoon of baking soda in your water bottle. Fill the remainder with water. Use the baking soda and bleach solution to scrub the cap as well, inside and out.
Why can’t you put carbonated drinks in a Contigo?
A carbonated drink would add pressure to the bottle and the mechanism could break. Highly recommend these for other beverages as they keep drinks cold for many hours.
Is it safe to drink out of a cup that had mold?
It is not automatic that you will experience negative effects when you drink from a sippy cup with mold, thanks to the strong stomach acid that kills most pathogens. However, some people may experience respiratory problems or allergic reactions. This is often as a result of inhaling mold rather than ingesting it.
How do you clean a silicone coffee lid?
To clean the silicone lid of coffee stains or odors, soak in boiling water with lemon slices. To ensure a leak-proof seal, make sure the rim of the cup and the inside groove of the silicone lid are clean and dry before attaching the lid.