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Product Cleaning Instructions

SCRUBBEE: If buildup occurs, it's easiest to just scrub it off with your fingernails and some soap. You can also put it in the dishwasher (top rack).

BUILD-A-STRAW: Wash by hand using the straw cleaner included, or in the utensil section of the dishwasher. If you start seeing something that resembles a powder coating on the straws, don’t worry, just wipe it off with a clean, dry towel. We recommend hand washing the pouches by running them under the faucet with some dish soap, rinsing them, and hanging dry, but they can also be run through the washing machine. To do so, please reference the cleaning recommendations for our produce sacks.

BEEKEEPERS: Wash by hand or in the top rack of the dishwasher. If you're using the leak-proof seals and notice food collecting around them, simply remove the ring (there's a pull tab in the corner), and clean the lid and ring separately. Both are dishwasher safe. When placing the ring back in the lid after cleaning, line up the pull tab of the ring with the indent in the lid to ensure proper alignment.

SILICONE BAGS: All parts can be cleaned by hand with regular dish soap. The bag is dishwasher-safe, but we do not recommend putting the slide closure in the dishwasher. Clean the bag immediately after use to avoid staining. Foods and sauces with high color saturation (like tomato sauce) may stain the bag, but this will not impact the performance of the silicone.

PRODUCE SACKS: Machine wash, cold water, no bleach. Hang dry. Do not iron.

DRYING RACK: Wipe metal frame with a wet cloth. Hand wash plastic drain tray.