Monday, September 20, 2010

Cleaning 5 Gallon Plastic Bucket Properly

Your gardening project with the 5 gallon plastic bucket is over. Now you want to make use of it to something else inside the house, which requires it to be a more hygienic container. The first thing you need to do before storing anything into it is to clean it. Here are some tips  to do a proper cleaning to your 5 gallon plastic pail.

  • First and foremost, empty the bucket completely from any sticking dust, debris or whatever visible dirt you see on it.
  • Secondly, spurt some dishwashing detergent to the bottom of the bucket and mix it with some hot water.
  • Scrub thoroughly the surface of the pail both inside and outside.
  • Empty the bucket and rinse it with warm water to get rid of the soap residues.
  • Once looking clean, fill it in with hot water and stir in a cup of baking soda.
  • Close the lid and leave it under the sun for 48 hours.
  • When it is time, empty the pail once again and fill warm water in.
  • Have 2 cups of chlorine bleach ready and pour it into the water and stir well.
  • Put it back under the sun for another 48 hours.
  • Empty and rinse the bucket and lid and put it under the sun again to dry.

This time, your 5 gallon bucket is clean and ready for its next use, either at home or at the office.

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