Maintenance of Hot Insulated Glass Cup
Although the Hot Insulated Glass Cup is transparent and beautiful, it is not easy to store and must be placed carefully. In fact, Hot Insulated Glass Cup is healthy among cups of all materials. Because Hot Insulated Glass Cup does not contain organic chemicals, when people use glass to drink water or other beverages, they don’t have to worry about harmful chemicals being drunk into their stomachs, and the glass surface is smooth and easy to clean, so people use glass. Drinking a glass of water is healthy and safe.
The Hot Insulated Glass Cup should be cleaned immediately after each use. If it is too troublesome, it should be cleaned at least once a day. You can clean it at night before going to bed and then dry it. When cleaning the cup, not only the mouth of the cup, but also the bottom and wall of the cup should not be ignored. Especially the bottom of the cup, which is not often cleaned, may precipitate a lot of bacteria and impurities. Female friends are especially reminded that lipstick not only contains chemical components, but also easily absorbs harmful substances and pathogens in the air. When drinking water, harmful substances will be brought into the body. Therefore, the lipstick remaining on the mouth of the cup must be cleaned. It is not enough to simply rinse with water when cleaning the cup, it is best to use a brush. In addition, since the important component of detergent is a chemical synthetic agent, it should be used with caution and should be rinsed with clean water. If you want to clean a cup with a lot of greasy, dirt or tea stains, you can squeeze toothpaste on the brush and rub it back and forth in the cup. Since the toothpaste contains both a detergent and a very fine friction agent, it is easy to wipe off the residual material without damaging the cup.
Many people like to drink tea, but the tea stain on the Hot Insulated Glass Cup is difficult to remove. The tea stain on the inner wall of the tea set contains cadmium, lead, iron, arsenic, mercury and other metal substances. They are brought into the body when drinking tea, combine with the nutrients such as protein, fat and vitamins in the food to form insoluble precipitates and hinder the absorption of nutrients. At the same time, these oxides entering the body can also cause neurological, digestive, urinary and hematopoietic system diseases and dysfunctions. In particular, arsenic and cadmium can cause fetal malformations and endanger health. Therefore, those who have the habit of drinking tea should clean the tea dirt on the inner wall of the Hot Insulated Glass Cup frequently.