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Remove salts from plastic pot

Posted by drakens 5a (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 11, 08 at 21:09

I have a pothos growing in water in a decorative Coca Cola cup. It's a hard translucent plastic cup, but over the years it has had quite a build up of salts on the outside to make it look kind of krudy. I know on clay pots you use a wire brush to scrape it off, but that would destroy this cup. What is the best way to remove the salt residue?


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RE: Remove salts from plastic pot

Try vinegar.


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RE: Remove salts from plastic pot

Thanks! That worked wonderfully.


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