The Unexpected Part Of Your Stanley Cup That’s A Hidden Breeding Ground For Mold

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Consumer Reports contacted Stanley to ask the company how to clean the water bottle properly. Stanley’s senior hydration product manager, Kyle Casteel, explained, “The easiest way to clean your Stanley is to toss it in the dishwasher, but first, check the bottom of your Stanley to make sure it reads ‘dishwasher safe.’ The majority of our products, including the Quencher, are dishwasher-friendly.” However, this isn’t the end of it. 

Casteel further stressed that you should disassemble all of its parts, including the straw, the lid, and the tab on the lid (the silicone part). Once disassembled, simply toss them all into the dishwasher. If you’d prefer to hand wash your bottle, use a sponge, a mild detergent, and warm water to clean the interior, exterior, and all the little pieces. Then, use a sponge to clean the exterior of the straw and a narrow brush to scrub its interior. 

You can also check out Stanley’s TikTok video on how to hand wash their tumblers. You may need a deeper clean if you’re using your bottle for beverages other than water, though. As Casteel instructed, “Use a mixture of one part baking soda and one part warm water, and soak for up to an hour. Then clean with mild detergent once the solution is rinsed out.” Notably, this will also remove stinky odors from your reusable water bottle.

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