What Is A Hydro Flask Bottle
The Hydro Flask Bottle is made of double walls stainless steel 18-8. This material is highly resistant to rust, does not need a liner, and is compliant with California Prop 65 regulations and Title 21 of the FDA Code of Federal Regulations, Non-Toxic, BPA-Free, Reusable, Eco-Friendly.
With advanced vacuum insulated technique, Hydro Flask Bottle can create a vacuum layer between the double walls to prevent heat moving by convection so as to keep water liquid beverage ice cold for 24 hours and boiling water hot for 12 hours without condensation issue on its outer shell surface. The bottle is also equipped with a copper lining on the inner walls to prevent heat transfer by radiation.
Where Is Hydro Flask Bottle Made
It’s easy to find out the answer for “where is hydro flask bottle made?” from its label or printing on the bottom of the bottles. Check it and you will know that it is Designed in Bend, OR. Made in China.
How to Tell A Fake Hydro Flask Bottle
The easiest way to spot a fake Hydro Flask is to look at the logo text or the text on the bottom of the bottle. The color and size options can also tell you the truth as many fakes come in colors or sizes that Hydro Flask has never made. You can also consider pricing, seller reputation as well as looking at the packaging to tell the real ones from the fake.
In this article, we will detail the different things to identify fake or real bottles.
I will start with the most obvious difference and work my way down to some more subtle and smaller differences.
How to Clean Hydro Flask Bottle
Clean a hydro flask bottle is easier than you may think. Just fill it with warm, soapy water, replace the straw cap or sports cap, then give it a few good shakes. Empty the bottle, then rinse it out with warm water. Place it on a rack to dry.
If it needs a deeper cleaning for your hydro flask bottle, use equal amounts of baking soda and bleach, or fill it partway with vinegar, then top it off with water and let it sit overnight, then rinse it out with warm water or tap water the next day and finally place it on a rack to dry.
How to Clean A Hydro Flask When It Smells?
It would be terrible when you find the stainless steel hydro flask bottle is smelly. Then you may wonder the reason why it smells and try to find a way to get the smell out of your water bottle.
Why It Smells
When you drink with beer, milk, juice liquid with your stainless steel water bottle, you might be lazy to wash it immediately, and leave it alone for a couple of days. Eventually, then you will find the bottle is smell strongly.
This is because after you drink the liquid, microorganisms (bacteria) will multiply in it. There will be some microorganisms at the beginning, for a couple of days, it will reproduce from generation to generation, and their metabolites will have a variety of flavors.
How to Clean
Step 1. Washing bottle with salt:
If you want the stainless steel thermos bottle to be cleaned and sterilized, you only need 3 steps. The first step is to pour some salts into the thermos bottle. Then add hot water to the thermos, cover the lid, and shake for 3 minutes. Why need to wash the stainless steel bottle with salt water before cleaning it? In fact, salt can sterilize, decontaminate and also soften the tea dirt and other stubborn stains in the inner pot of the thermos. After the shaking time of the thermos cup is finished, pour out the dirt inside.
Step 2: Washing bottle with Soda
Put soda in the thermos bottle, pour in water, cover the lid and shake for 3 minutes. During this shaking process, the soda can rub against the inner wall of the vacuum flask to remove some stains. It can remove tea dirt and stains in the thermos cup. Similarly, after the shaking time of the thermos cup is finished, pour out the dirt inside and rinse it with clean water. In this way, the thermos cup is both clean and sterilized, solving smell issue of stainless steel bottle.
Step 3: Clean the bottle mouth with brush
After cleaning the inner pot of the thermos, let’s clean the mouth of the thermos bottle. Because the mouth of the bottle is often in direct contact with our mouth, if it is not cleaned, it is easy to bring bacteria into the body and harm our health. Therefore, when cleaning the mouth of the vacuum flask, we can apply some toothpaste to the mouth of the vacuum flask. Brush again with a soft brush. Because the toothpaste contains abrasives that can remove stains on the mouth of the vacuum flask. After cleaning the mouth of the cup, rinse it again with water. In this way, the cleaned thermos cup is as clean as a new one and has no bacteria, solving the troubles of smell completely for the stainless steel thermos bottle.
How to Clean A Hydro Flask Bottle with Rust （Corrosion）Inside
It would be terrible when you found the stainless steel water bottle is rusty inside. Then you may wonder why it has rust problem, is it safe to drink water with this kind of water bottle, is there anyway to get the rust out of from the stainless steel bottle?
Why It Rusts
Stainless steel is an ubiquitous material with a wide variety of applications–from use in medical devices, to automotive parts, to jewelry and cooking utensils. Much of the “magic” of this metallic material is that it is stainless, in theory, it doesn’t rust. However, if you have ever owned or used a stainless steel product, it is likely that you have noticed rust (corrosion) and you may have even questioned if its name is a misnomer. Why does a material touted as “stainless” rust? Read more……
Is It Safe?
As long as you can confirm your stainless steel water bottle is made with stainless steel 18-8, this material is highly resistant to rust, does not need a liner, and is compliant with California Prop 65 regulations and Title 21 of the FDA Code of Federal Regulations, Non-Toxic, BPA-Free, Reusable, Eco-Friendly.
You only need to find a way to clean and remove the rust (corrosion) out of your stainless steel water bottle. Then it is still safe to drink with water liquid.
How to Clean?
Step 1. Washing bottle with vinegar:
If you want to clean and remove rust (corrosion) out of the stainless steel water bottle, you only need 2 steps. The first step is to pour some VINEGAR into the thermos bottle. Then add hot water to the bottle, cover the lid, and leave it for 1 hour more.
Why need to wash the stainless steel bottle with vinegar before cleaning the it? In fact, vinegar can sterilize and decontaminate, also soften the rust (corrosion) and other stubborn stains in the inner pot of the stainless steel bottle. After 1 hour, pour vinegar out the dirt inside.
Step 2. Washing bottle with tap water:
Wash the bottle with tap water after all, you will find out the rust (corrosion) completely disappear, and the stainless steel water bottle is totally clean.
So since we have known how to clean the stainless steel water bottle with its smell problem or rust (corrosion) problem, you can easily put salt, soda, vinegar into the bottle to get the water bottle completely clean and safe to drink any liquid water you want to have, no need to over worry the quality and safety issue with your metal water bottle.
How to Clean Hydro Flask Straw Lid
If your hydro flask bottle has straw lid, you need to clean the threads that winds around the lid, also separate the straw from the lid to clean the straw with straw brush.
01. Scrub the ridges. If your stainless steel hdyro flask bottle has a screw-on top, it is important to clean the threading that winds around the mouth. To do this, just dampen a sponge with soapy water and grip the inside and outside of the lid with the sponge. Rub the sponge along the bottle lid several times to get it clean.
02. Straw brush to clean the straw. you need to separate the straw from the straw lid, then put the straw brush into the straw with soapy water to deep cleaning inside, then rinse the straw inside and outside and dry it before put it back to the straw lid.