Views: 40 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2020-05-18 Origin: Site
The thermos cup is a must-have for many people in winter. But did you know that the thermos cup has hidden health risks behind the warmth brought to people? If it is not cleaned or used improperly, the thermos cup may become a breeding ground for various bacteria.
①The vacuum flask is not cleaned or used improperly in time
There are many dead corners in the thermos, such as the inner tank and the cracks in the bottle cap. If it is not cleaned in time or used improperly, it will cause a large number of bacteria to be hidden in it, and it is difficult to reach these places with your hands during normal cleaning.
②The temperature in the thermos cup is suitable, the environment is moist, and it is easy to breed various bacteria.
The oral cavity itself is a "bacterial" environment. Drinking water and closing the bottle cap ... Repeated times every day will make the bacteria attached to the mouth of the cup more and more accumulate in the gap of the bottle cap, and it is easy to enter with the water. In addition, many people have the habit of carrying insulation cups with them. The body of the cup is in frequent contact with various items, and the surface hygiene is also worrying.
③ The press-type thermos cups commonly used by children may have greater hidden dangers.
Many thermos bottle caps have a button similar to a "valve", so each time you pour the water, you need to press the button with your hand. If the hand is not clean, bacteria may be contaminated on the button, increasing the risk.
The thermos cup should be thoroughly cleaned once a day, and the cup surface, liner, and bottle caps should be cleaned to prevent the generation of dirt. Do n’t worry if you have generated odors and stains. The editor tells you that baking soda, toothpaste and salt water are all sharp tools for cleaning!
Step 1: wash the liner to remove odor
(Choose one of the following three methods)
① Salt to remove odor
Pour table salt in a thermos, dilute with heated water, shake well, soak for 5 to 10 minutes, then rinse.
②Baking soda to remove odor
Dilute the baking soda with hot water, pour it into the thermos, cover and shake the thermos, then rinse with clean water.
③ lemon to smell
Put lemon slices and lemon juice in the thermos cup, add boiling hot water, soak for a little about an hour, then wash with a sponge and wash. No lemon white vinegar has the same effect.
Step 2: clean the gap of the bottle cap
Remove the cup lid, squeeze some toothpaste on the toothbrush, gently brush the gap between the bottle cap, and then rinse with clean water.
Step 3: Rinse with water
Rinse the whole cup inside and outside with clean water.
Step 4: wipe dry to dry
After washing, it should be thoroughly dried and covered to prevent the stainless steel thermos from smelling.