How To Get Rid of Foul Smell & Stains From Your Water Bottles
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There are two things that most people I know had trouble cleaning their tin, stainless steel, or plastic water bottles, smell and stains. It can be one of the other or both. I found a solution to help get rid of them and that is the HydraPak Bottle Bright.
My first time meeting the HydraPak Bottle Bright was included in my Cairn March monthly subscription box and I’m so glad to try this out with my hard to clean water bottle.
The HydraPak Bottle Bright is the safest way to clean the reusable water bottles. It comes in a form of a nickel tablet. I know a few uses bleach, harsh chemicals and dish soap to clean them and I am guilty of using one. When I first tried the Bottle Bright, to my surprise, I have already love this product.
First, fill the bottle with hot sink tap water and drop one tablet into the bottle. Immediately it fizzes up. I can hear it work its magic. Let it sit there for 1 hour or overnight for tough stains or smell. The tablet help cleans the hard to reach areas and the bubbles does all the scrubbing. I did not know there was a safe way to clean bottles.
I’m able to use my water bottle after it was done. There was no foul smell. The water tastes great. Before, my water would taste like algae. Yuck! Stains are nowhere to be found. I’m very satisfied that I was able to try this out. I would recommend everyone to get it. They are found at Target and at their website. It is affordable.
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