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  1. #1
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    Default Cleaning your flask.

    I looked into my flask yesterday and decided it really did need a clean. Tried a bottle cleaning brush and cillit bang but was hard work and only a partial success.
    Any other ideas that really work?

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    Default Re: Cleaning your flask.

    I use Steradent tablets. Fill it with cold water and add 2 or 3 tablets and leave it overnight...

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    Default Re: Cleaning your flask.

    Bicarbonate of soda.

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    Default Re: Cleaning your flask.

    my flask doesnt get cleaned.
    it only has water, tea and a bit of sugar in it so it gets tea stained but doesnt get stinky cos no milk goes in it.
    the milk is in a separate small plastic bottle.

    if and when i ever do need to clean it i will use steradent tablets.

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    Default Re: Cleaning your flask.

    Bicarb here as well with one of the Mrs bottle cleaning cleaning thingy's , bicarb will also deodorise.

    Havnt thought of steradent so thanks for that, maybe when I have false teeth

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    Default Re: Cleaning your flask.

    A short length of sink plug chain, bit of diluted washing up liquid and a good shake.

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    Default Re: Cleaning your flask.

    Sterilising tablets as used for beer making and babies bottles.

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    Default Re: Cleaning your flask.

    Bicarbonate of soda ! I only have black coffee and sugar in mine. Occasionally I use magic balls which you swirl around to clean. These can be used again and again and are great for cleaning vases, decanters etc. A small tub last a lifetime!

    Magic Copper Balls to Clean Inside Vases, Bottles & Decanters | eBay

  9. #9

    Default Re: Cleaning your flask.

    Yes good old bicarb. of soda. It's cheap, easily available so why bother with anything else. Oh nearly forgot to say it works.

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    Default Re: Cleaning your flask.

    Bicarb and boiling water. Seal, shake and leave 30 min. Empty and rinse.

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