How can you get stains like spaghetti sauce out of Tupperware bowls?

by Ros31945428
  7 answers
  • Gill Martin Gill Martin on Dec 09, 2017
    I always use bleach /hydrogen perozide and water and let them soak for an hour or two

  • There used to be a product called Cascade Power booster that was made to remove stains from plastic food containers but I do not know if they still sell this. I have poured bleach into containers and let it sit a while, just be sure to wash the container well, maybe soak it again in soapy water to get out the bleach smell which could affect the taste of foods you want to store in it. Try cooling foods before putting them in a container to reduce staining. Tomato stains are a problem. The stains should not affect the foods that are stored in them when the container is well washed. I am concerned about the health hazards of storing food in plastic so I only use plastic if breakage is a threat (children's lunch boxes.) I like canning jars for food storage; they come in different sizes, the jars can go in the dishwasher and we can immediately see what is inside a jar. The jars store easily in the fridge because they take up less space than a bowl.

  • DW DW on Dec 09, 2017
    fill the bowls w/water and bleach and let set over nite...don’t Be stingy with the bleach

  • Wje26883844 Wje26883844 on Dec 09, 2017
    Spray inside of bowls with cooking spray before storing sauces in them. Usually com clean with degreaser type dish soap. It will help, it nothing is fool proof.

  • Wje26883844 Wje26883844 on Dec 10, 2017
    Hope it helps.

  • Ros31945428 Ros31945428 on Dec 10, 2017
    My question has been resolved

  • Pau31711799 Pau31711799 on Dec 10, 2017
    newspaper keep it in there for 2 days