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Remove bad tastes from a thermos and coffee mug

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by michaelm, May 24, 2005.

  1. michaelm

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    Can anyone recommend a sure method to remove bad tastes and smells from thermos flasks and insulated coffee mugs? I'm going on a long round trip in the morning and will not have time to stop for anything to eat or drink so I wanted to take my flask and coffee mug, which have been languishing in the cupboard for a long while and have developed a bad smell which I'm pretty certain will taste the containers and drinks.
     
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    Have been informed by better half (notice the sloping shoulders :rotfl: ) something like oxyclean, if you have it, or bicarb of soda & hot water, or bleach & hot water, RINSE WELL AFTERWARDS :rolleyes: maybe lemon juice & rinse or google it - you never know!
     
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    Or whisky..

    Did you hear about the blonde who bought a thermos because she had heard they were excellent at keeping hot things hot, and cold things cold. So she put in coffee and an ice cream...
     
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    hmm, now that's bad taste.
     

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