Remove Carrot Juice Stains From Plastic

Sometimes you can get carrot juice stains on your plastic kitchen utensils, such as if you grate carrots or juice carrots as part of a meal or snack.

There are several options for cleaning up your kitchen plastics when this occurs.

The first is to use a solution of water, bleach and dishwashing liquid to soak the plastic in, and then to wash as normal.

Another option is to put a little vegetable oil on a paper towel or cotton ball and rub this over the stained plastic. This will remove that orange color from it.

Then, you must wash the plastic item with soap and water to remove the oil used to completely remove the color.

Below is a video which provides a demonstration of the vegetable oil stain removal method.

Click here for more information on how to remove carrot stains from fabric, upholstery and carpet.

In addition, other things can stain and dirty plastic besides carrots. You can share your tips for cleaning plastic here, or read other tips already submitted.

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Orange is the new White
by: Anonymous

I reviewed the tip on how to clean the stain of carrot juice from the inside of my refrigerator. Using a cotton ball, vegetable oil & rubbing it on the stain, removed it immediately. I followed up with washing away the veg oil with soapy water & it was back to new. Thank you to the person who posted this tip.

lemon essential oil
by: Rh

Lemon Essential Oil is my go to- just used again yesterday to make my Orange carrot ๐Ÿฅ• stained mandolin spotless๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š

wow it worked
by: Anonymous

Thanks so much for your tip on using oil to remove my carrots stains. It worked effortlessly! Thank you.

It works!!!!
by: Anonymous

Magic!! Thank you thank you ๐Ÿ™

it worked like magic
by: Edith

I just tried it -- using oil to clean carrot stains. It worked like magic.

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