How to Get Rid of the Plastic Smell of Rubbermaid Storage Box

Jun 23rd

Rubbermaid storage box – In your living room, in the office or in the bedroom, the boxes find their place anywhere. In the bedrooms, they offer the perfect solution to organize our clothes and also to protect them from dust. The accessories finally find a place to store, scarves, hats, gloves or scarves; finally we can have them sorted in one place. Also, in the bedrooms we can have small boxes, like small chests, with all the details for you to keep your little objects there and also those most precious. You can use the boxes as a complement to your jeweler, and even as a jeweler itself. They are many vary of storage boxes.

Transparent Rubbermaid Storage Box
Transparent Rubbermaid Storage Box

Rubbermaid storage box is designed to create a tight when closed. This means that plastic smell often sticks inside the container. So when you first remove the lid from the container, there is a strong and unpleasant odor of plastic. Fortunately, smell requires some work to remove, so you can use Rubbermaid storage boxes without worry that the smell will stick to your stored items. You need: bowl, baking powder, white vinegar, water, washing-up liquid and dishwasher. For this project, starting with air out the container when making the first purchase. Remove the lid and leave the container open overnight.

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Place baking soda in the container if the weather out is not successful. Pour about 1 cup of baking soda into the container and close the rubbermaid cover. Leave baking soda inside the rubbermaid storage box for at least three hours, or overnight if possible. Pour 1 cup vinegar into rubbermaid storage box if baking soda does not remove plastic odor. Again, allow it to sit for at least 3 hours with the lid placed tightly on the container. Fill the sink with warm water and 2 teaspoons. Washing-up liquid. Let the container soak in water for about 20 minutes, and wash it with a dish rag. Rinse the container and wipe it with a towel.