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Proper Care

Materials

Each straw is made from 18/8 food-grade stainless steel that won’t rust, corrode, stain, or bend. They are safe, non-toxic, and BPA-free.  It’s the same material used to make common cutlery.

Suggested natural disinfectants: Baking soda, apple cider vinegar, lemon, tree tea oil.

Cleaning

It is easy to take care of your stainless steel drinking straws!
For very liquid drinks like water, juice, tea or soda wash with hot soapy water and ensure fresh water runs through the straw when you rinse or put them directly in the dishwasher, making sure they are standing upwards.

Thicker Drinks

In case of a thicker drink, like a smoothy or pulpy juice, immerse the straw in hot soapy water and use the straw brush to clean inside the straw prior to rinsing. It’s best not to let thicker drinks dry within the straw and we advise you clean them promptly after use. If a thicker drink is allowed to dry within the straw, first soak the straw in hot soapy water to loosen dried-on debris prior to cleaning with the straw brush.

Safe to Use

Unlike plastic products, stainless steel straws are perfectly safe to use and BPA free. Plastic straws have been known to leach harmful chemicals into the bloodstream

Proper Care

Materials

Each straw is made from 18/8 food-grade stainless steel that won’t rust, corrode, stain, or bend. They are safe, non-toxic, and BPA-free.  It’s the same material used to make common cutlery.

Suggested natural disinfectants: Baking soda, apple cider vinegar, lemon, tree tea oil.

Cleaning

It is easy to take care of your stainless steel drinking straws!
For very liquid drinks like water, juice, tea or soda wash with hot soapy water and ensure fresh water runs through the straw when you rinse or put them directly in the dishwasher, making sure they are standing upwards.

Thicker Drinks

In case of a thicker drink, like a smoothy or pulpy juice, immerse the straw in hot soapy water and use the straw brush to clean inside the straw prior to rinsing. It’s best not to let thicker drinks dry within the straw and we advise you clean them promptly after use. If a thicker drink is allowed to dry within the straw, first soak the straw in hot soapy water to loosen dried-on debris prior to cleaning with the straw brush.

Safe to Use

Unlike plastic products, stainless steel straws are perfectly safe to use and BPA free. Plastic straws have been known to leach harmful chemicals into the bloodstream

Proper Disposal

Disposal of the #fcukplastics stainless steel straws
  • Stainless Steel Straws are extremely durable and 100% recyclable! You have to take it to a designated local metal recycling facility to do so. Here is one sindawonye
  • Stainless Steel straws will last a lifetime
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