Recently on a group sharing about household appliances, an owner posted a picture of his home press full of plastic. The reason is that she brought sapodilla to press but subjectively that this fruit has plastic, when pressed, the plastic secretes and sticks to the machine, which is difficult to clean.
Witnessing a rare case, many users also have to "give up":
"Sapodilla should be eaten directly, not pressed, even though it is ripe, there is still a lot of plastic"
“The first time I heard of sapodilla juice, I thought it was only for smoothies.”
"If this plastic is cleaned, it's oooh."
“Soft fruits like this should be grated, not pressed.”
The mortar is filled with the sapodilla resin of the "suffering master". (Photo of Group Association using dishwashers and utility appliances)
In fact, not all fruits can be used with a juicer. Sapodilla is one of them. Besides sapodilla, banana, jackfruit, turmeric or chayote are also recommended to have a large amount of plastic, which is easy to stick to utensils or clothes during processing.
Plastic is a thick, liquid chemical found in some plants or fruits. When left for a long time, they will harden and turn into a transparent solid. The fact that plastic clings to objects, clothes or the body during processing causes many housewives a headache in how to clean them.
Here are some tips for using simple ingredients to clean plastic plaque.
Cooking oil is a familiar ingredient and almost every family has it. The operation of cleaning fruit sap with cooking oil is also extremely simple.
Clean with cooking oil
Cooking oil has the effect of cleaning plastic stains, especially jackfruit resin. (Illustration)
You just need to take a little cooking oil, put it on the sticky part, let it sit for a while. Then use tissue or towel and wipe vigorously, finally rinse with clean water. The slime of the oil will make the fruit sap gradually soften, easy to clean and clean.
The method is especially effective with jackfruit resin.
Clean with lemon
Lemon is a fruit with a lot of acid, which helps to remove and remove dirt effectively.
When the plastic is on the object, use a lemon or a half lemon, depending on the degree of plaque, combined with a towel or sponge to rub continuously on the dirty area. The acid in the lemon will help remove stubborn plastic stains.
When the plastic clings to the clothes, after scrubbing the stain with lemon, rub the stain with laundry detergent, the stain will be clean.
Lemon is an effective cleaning method with most resins from many fruits. (Illustration)
How to clean with lemon is effective with most types of plastic, from jackfruit, sapodilla, turmeric or latex.
Cleaning with salt and wine
A mixture of salt mixed with wine is effective in removing plastic stains on clothes, especially with sapodilla.
Sprinkle a little salt on wine to wash away stains, alcohol and acid in wine, combined with sodium chloride in salt specialized to treat stubborn stains on clothes.
Finally, wash it with regular detergent and you're done.
Clean with vinegar
Vinegar is also said to be a popular cleaning agent and is used by many housewives.
For example, when banana plastic sticks to clothes, causing dark, dull stains, you can pour vinegar directly on the stain, soak it for about 5-7 minutes and then wash it again, the stain will be gone.
With long-lasting stains, you can also soak with vinegar for longer, about 30 minutes. However, long-term stains will be more difficult to clean, the ability will only fade without being able to completely clean. Therefore, please handle it immediately without leaving the plastic stains for a long time.
Vinegar is a common cleaning agent used by many people. (Illustration)
Water spinach is also a resinous plant. If unfortunately "sticky" water spinach, mix a basin of water, put a little vinegar and a few drops of lemon juice, then soak and wash your hands with this solution. The combination of vinegar and lemon will help you remove plastic stains effectively.