Plastic containers can be sterilized through a combination of bleaching and heating. Washing a container with soap and water removes most surface bacteria, but should be combined with other methods to ensure complete sterilization.Know More
Wash the container with an anti-bacterial soap and hot water. Rinse in hot water to remove all the soap residue.
Make a solution of 5 percent bleach and warm water. Soak the container in the solution for about 10 minutes.
Run the plastic container under water to wet the surface. Place the damp container in the microwave on high heat for about two minutes.
The National Health Service of the United Kingdom recommends three methods: sterilizing bottles using a cold water sterilizing solution, steam sterilizing and sterilizing by boiling. Use hot, soapy water and a bottle brush to clean your baby's feeding bottle immediately after a feed. Wash the bottles in cold running water before sterilizing.Full Answer >
To clean plastic, wipe it with a detergent and water mixture, and spray the plastic with kitchen cleaner. Scrub off dirt with a sponge or nylon brush, and rinse the plastic. Dry the plastic with a soft cloth, and buff it with a paper towel to restore its shine.Full Answer >
To clean a plastic slide properly without damaging the plastic or leaving dirt behind, there are a few steps to follow. First, water from a garden hose or a water bucket can be used to clean any loose dirt from the plastic side. After the slide has been rinsed, use a soapy bucket of warm water and a sponge to scrub off any leftover dirt.Full Answer >
Remove melted plastic from metal by either cooling the plastic down to make it brittle enough to break off, or by heating the plastic to make it pliable so that it can be scraped off. It is also a good idea to use WD-40, nail polish remover, rubbing alcohol or, for extreme cases, fine steel wool or fine-toothed sandpaper to buff out the area once the plastic is removed.Full Answer >