With its high content density and often pesky insects, clothing can be a challenging item to store. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be! In this article, we’re talking about how to clean fabric bins.
How to Clean Fabric Storage Bins
What You’ll Need To Clean Fabric Storage Bins:
-Bucket or large container with water
-Lysol, 409 or other strong cleaners
-Fabric softener such as Bounce or Downy
-Washcloths or paper towels
Step 1: Fill a bucket or large container with water and add enough fabric softener to make it a sloshy mix. Add some lysol, 409 or other strong cleaners to the solution, and stir well.
Step 2: Soak your washcloth in the solution and scrub the fabricstorage bin clean. Use a stiff brush to remove any built up dirt, dust or debris.
Step 3: Let the bin dry before storing your fabric again.
Types of Fabric Storage Bins
There are a few types of fabric storage bins, each with its own benefits. The first and most common type is the large bin with a wire frame that can either be pulled out or pushed in. This type of bin is perfect for larger pieces of fabric because it’s easy to move around. The downside is that it’s not the best option if you want to store smaller pieces of fabric because it’s not space-efficient.
The next type of fabric storage bin is the small bin with a foam insert. This type of bin is perfect for storing small pieces of fabric because it’s space-efficient and you don’t have to worry about them spilling out. The downside is that it’s not as easy to move around as the large bin and it may not have enough room to store larger pieces of fabric.
The last type of fabric storage bin is the built-in bench storage bin. These bins are similar to the small bin with a foam insert, except they have a built-in bench top so you can easily store larger pieces of fabric. The only downside to these bins is that they’re usually more expensive than other options and they don’t have as much room as the other two types of bins.
How To Clean Fabric Storage Boxes
If you have fabric storage boxes that need to be cleaned, there are a few ways that you can do it.
1. Use a solution of equal parts water and white vinegar. Soak the fabric storage box in the solution for about 15 minutes, then rinse it off with clean water.
2. Make a paste of baking soda and water. Wet the fabric storage box, then sprinkle the baking soda paste all over the surface. Let it sit for about 30 minutes, then rinse it off with clean water.
3. Pour a gallon of hot water into a large bowl. Add 2 cups of white vinegar and 1 cup of rubbing oils (like WD-40). Mix everything well and set aside.
4. Spray or pour cleaner Solution onto a cloth or paper towel and wipe down the inside of the fabric storage box. Wipe down all of the surfaces inside and outside of the box. Use a fresh piece of cloth or paper towel to Clean any residue that remains on the surface after cleaning
Other Tips for Cleaning Fabric Storage Bins
Cleaning fabric storage bins is important to help avoid fabric allergens and bacteria build-up. Here are a few tips:
-If you have fabric storage bins with removable lids, place a plastic bag over the bin before emptying to protect against spills.
-Scrub the interior surfaces of the bin using a stiff brush. Use a liquid detergent and water mixture or ammonia-based cleaners. Do not use hot water or bleach.
-Rinse the brush and bin well with clean water to remove all traces of cleaner.
-Empty the contents of the bin into a trashcan, and wipe down the exterior of the bin with a dry towel.
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