Plastic and silicone bags are quite durable, so it is important to keep them clean before using them again. While most plastic and silicone bags can be hand-washed or cleaned in a dishwasher, they must be completely dried to prevent mold or mold from building up later. To keep the bags sanitary, use a drying rack or clothesline to air dry them.
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[ Edit ] Cleaning of reusable bags
- Discard any bags used to store raw meat or known allergens. Check the label on your bag, or try to remember what it was used to store earlier. If your bags came in direct contact with raw poultry, meat or any other possible source of foodborne illnesses, make sure you throw them out completely. The same rule applies to bags containing allergens for your household. 
- For example, if someone in your household is allergic to peanuts, you would want to throw out a reusable plastic bag that once kept the peanut crisp.
- Damaged or torn bags should also not be reused.
- Turn your bags so they are inside. Find the bottom edge of your plastic bag and push it up and pull it past the zipper or seal. Double-check the edges and corners of the bag to ensure that they are completely inside and out so that you can clean the plastic surface more accurately. 
- Fill a washbasin with cool or lukewarm water and a pea-sized amount of dish soap. Pour lukewarm or cold water into a sink, sink, bucket or other small container. Then you take the detergent you choose and pour a small amount into the sink. Use your hand or a long tool to stir and agitate the water until the solder form is formed. 
- Use a sponge to clean the inside of the bag. Dip a clean sponge into the shallow water and start wiping the plastic bag. Focus on any large releases or movements that stick to the plastic, then move your sponge around the rest of the plastic surface. When you dry, try to get the bag completely spotless. 
- Rinse the surface with cold or lukewarm water. Turn the sponge over the sink or container and then wet it with clean tap water. Remove the bag from the fuzzy basin and then wipe down the surface with the clean sponge. Try to get rid of all visible lint until the bag is completely clean. 
- You don't want to leave any towels on the outside of your bag, or the soap group can rub away on what you store in the bag later.
- Wash your bags in the dishwasher if you do not want to wash them. Arrange your plastic bags over the rack of your dishwasher and then place the machine on a regular bike. Do not choose a heated dry setting or a bicycle that uses hot water, as these can damage and melt your plastic bags. 
- If your bags are still wet when they come out of the dishwasher, you can always air dry them!
- You can use the detergent you have at hand; Remember, though, that milder cleaning agents can help your plastic bags last longer.
[ Edit ] Air dry your bags
- Turn your plastic bags aside. Push down the edge of the case down to pass the zipper or seal. Then use your fingers to press along the edges and corners of the bag to make sure it is back to normal. At this point, examine the item to make sure the wet plastic parts are along the inside of the bag. 
- Arrange your damp plastic bags over a drying bag. Place your homemade or store-bought liquid drying rack on a worktop, table or other flat surface in your living area. If you do not have a drying rack in your hand, look for spokes, hooks or other sturdy items that you can pull around the bag. You can also place a sticks in a drinking glass and drape your bag over it. 
- For example, a mini birdhouse can serve as an improvised drying rack. 
- You can buy bag drying racks online. These items can be of wood or metal and consist of several spokes that you can pull over your plastic bags over.
- This method works best for Ziploc plastic bags. You can try to dry your silicone bags this way, but a dishwasher is probably more efficient. racket handy. Arrange the bottom seam of your damp plastic bags on an outdoor cloth line and then secure the top of the bag in place with a clothespin. Cut only one side of the bag on the clothesline so it can stay open and air dry completely. 
- If you do not have much space outside, you can set up an indoor clothesline instead.
- You can dry both plastic bags and reusable food bags.
- Wait until the inside of your bags is dry when touched. Check your bags every hour or daily to see if they are dry. If you see residual moisture or water drops in your bags, leave them on the rack or clothesline for hours. Leave your reusable plastic or food bags until they are completely dry when touched. 
- If you use your bags when they are still moist, you can set yourself up for unwanted mold or mold later.
- Wipe your bag with a microfiber cloth if it is still damp. If your bag takes too much time to air dry, place a folded microfiber cloth inside. Seal or zip the end of the bag, then shake and squeeze the cloth inside the plastic. Continue to do this for about 30 seconds, or until the inside of the bag is completely dry. Then you can remove the cloth and use the bag again! 
[ Edit ] Things You Need
- Dish soap
- Microfiber cloth
- Mild detergent
- Drying rack (optional)  Plant Dryer (optional)
- Clothesline (optional)
- Clothespin (optional)
[ Edit ]  References
- ↑ https://thetakeout.com/ should-you-wash-and-reuse-ziploc-bags-1836855749
- ↑ https://www.thekitchn.com/ the best way to wash-your-ziploc-bags-247054
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