What is the best way to get tomato based stains out of plastic containers?
If you put some ice in them and shake it around then wash them you will get the tomato stains out. I've tried it, it works.
Put them outside in the sun for a few of hours and the stains will go away.
One way that takes a while is to set the plastic wear in sunlight....and leave it till the stain disaapears.
Another way is to use clorox. However I have never liked this method as I always wondered how much of the clorox actually remained on the dish.
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