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How to Get Tomato Stains Out of Plastic Bowls

by T. Connors
Cleaning tomato stains from your plastic storage containers may take several steps, but most often, with a little effort, your containers will come out looking new. There are both natural and chemical ways to remove these stubborn stains. Most often, these stains will appear after storing a cooked t...
Linda Bentley
Linda Bentley • 1 year ago

How to Get Tomato Stains Out of Plastic Bowls | eHow

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