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If you look in your kitchen drawers, I’m sure that you will see many pieces of Tupperware that are stacked, sometimes neatly and sometimes haphazardly. They are perfect for many different uses, but sometimes we just use them for leftovers. If you are somebody who stores something in plastic containers, you already know that tomato sauce stains them and it is difficult if not “impossible” to get rid of that stain.

Now we have a way to get rid of those stains and our life will never be the same.

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The first thing you need to do is to make a paste out of water and baking soda. Apply plenty of it to the stained area of the plastic container and allow it to sit for a few hours. Rinse the container and wash it as you normally would.

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You should now make a solution of 50% water and 50% distilled vinegar. Pour the solution in the container and allow it to soak for a few hours. Dump the solution and rewash the plastic container.

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Finally, slice a lemon and rub lemon juice on the inside of the stained container. Put it in the sun for a few hours and wash it once again.

All that’s left to do at this point is enjoy your clean container!

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