Restore Your Stained Lunch Box Back To Its Former Glory With This Guaranteed Five-Step Hack

Restore Your Stained Lunch Box Back To Its Former Glory With This Guaranteed Five-Step Hack

There are few things more off-putting than spending a great deal of time carefully meal-prepping a tasty dish, only to realize that your Tupperware is a less than enticing shade of beige. If it contains tomato once, it's going to have that tomatoey tinge forever, right? Well, that's not necessarily the case.

While most of us have tried to remove the beige from our Tupperware with some good old soap, water, and elbow grease. It turns out that there's a much simpler solution that will leave your Tupperware looking like new. Never again will you be put off your tasty prepped meal by the remnants of an old one.

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The hack was shared on the Instagram hack page Blossom, which boasts an impressive 3.6 million followers. All you need to do to get your Tupperware containers looking like new is to follow these simple five steps.

1. Sugar

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The first step to cleaning your Tupperware involves adding a large amount of sugar.

2. Dish soap

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Once you've added the sugar, squirt some dish soap on top and let it thoroughly soak into the sugar.

3. Ice cubes

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Then, in what you'll probably think is an unusual step, you need to add six ice cubes and wait for them to melt.

4. Water

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The final ingredient that you need to your Tupperware cleaning concoction is a glass of water. At this point, the mixture should start to bubble. Once it has, you must leave it to settle for ten minutes.

5. Empty

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After this, you will be ready to empty the mixture and unveil your gloriously clean Tupperware!

If you'd like to see a breakdown of the steps (and some other cleaning tips!), check out the video below: 

Who'd have thought that such a frustrating problem would be so easy to solve, eh?