Kitchen Tip Tuesdays: Cleaning condiment lids
With little hands using our condiment bottles, they can get kinda messy. I usually wipe the tops before putting them away, but now that my kids are old enough to put things away for me, the cleaning part doesn't get done.
It's pretty embarrassing to pull out ketchup or hot sauce for guests and have them find dried condiment all over or around the lid!
Tip: When we're planning a barbeque and will be using condiments, I pull them out and clean the lids before the guests arrive. If it's something we don't use often (like ketchup), the lid may need to be washed (in hot soapy water) for all the dried goop to come off.
Yay! Clean lids! :) Now no one will ever know that our 2-year-old was using that ketchup bottle... ;)
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