Tupperware Storage Bins – Several years ago (the 1980s), there was a boom for plastic containers called “Tupperware”, there were no more than the typical plastic containers where one keeps foods, which have the particularity of keeping foods out of contact with bacteria due to its closure system. Tupperware storage containers keep food fresh in the refrigerator or freezer, allowing you to keep your storage area organized and efficient. Although Tupperware’s rugged plastic surface can handle a large amount of wear, exposure to certain foods can leave dark circles or smudges on the inside of containers.
Tomato and fatty foods are the most common culprits for this type of spots. You can remove the stain with supplies that are easily found in the home. Sprinkle half a lemon with baking soda. Rub the lemon baking soda over the dark ring inside the tupperware storage bins, squeezing the lemon, as you do, to get the juice over the stain. Place a towel outdoors or near an open window in a sunny place. Place the Tupperware container on top of the towel, with the mixture of lemon juice and baking soda still on the surface. Wait for the Tupperware container to air dry. The sun will work, along with the lemon juice, to help whiten the stain. Rinse the Tupperware container with water.
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If any dark spots remain, fill the container with undiluted white vinegar high enough to cover the stain and leave it for 10 minutes. Empty the tupperware storage bins. Add a few drops of liquid detergent inside the container and scrub with a dishwasher. Rinse the container and dry it with a clean towel. Before storing leftovers in your Tupperware container, spray lightly with non-stick spray to prevent stains from absorbing into the plastic. Sodium bicarbonate is an effective stain remover and deodorizer. Rub the Tupperware with baking soda and a dish scrubber until the stain is removed.