How Do I Clean My Contigo Autoseal Lid?

If you’re a frequent traveler or just generally someone who drinks coffee on the go, you’ll know how useful vacuum-sealed travel mugs can be. They keep your drinks hot for longer, meaning that you don’t need to keep reheating them every few minutes and can instead get on with your day without worrying about your coffee getting lukewarm. An insulated mug is great for keeping your drinks hot – but only if it doesn’t get messy from regular use.

If you own a Contigo Autoseal lid, you may have noticed that cleaning it isn’t as straightforward as some of the other lids available. Read on for our tips on how to clean a Contigo Autoseal lid.

How Do I Clean My Contigo Autoseal Lid

What You’ll Need

The first thing you should do before cleaning your Contigo Autoseal lid is to make sure you have all the materials you’ll need to do the job.

Here’s what you’ll need:

Contigo Autoseal travel mug with lid: The first thing you’ll need is a Contigo Autoseal travel mug with a lid. Fortunately, most Contigo travel mugs come with a lid, so you probably already own one. If not, you can find them online or in your local grocery or department store.

Cleaning brush: You should have one of these on hand for regular cleaning, but a cleaning brush can come in handy for scrubbing dried coffee grounds from the inside of your lid.

Scrubbing pad: You can use this to scrub off dried coffee grounds from the inside of your lid.

Dish soap: This will help you remove any sticky residue from the inside of your lid.

Before you start cleaning your Contigo Autoseal lid, make sure that the lid is empty. If you have coffee grounds inside the mug, you may find that this makes cleaning more difficult.

Next, fill your sink with warm water and add a drop or two of dish soap. Place your lid in the water and let it soak for a few minutes, scrubbing any areas that are particularly dirty with a scrubbing pad.

If your lid is really dirty, you may want to soak it overnight with a few drops of dish detergent. After you’re done cleaning your lid, rinse it with warm water, making sure to get all of the soap out of the lid. Let it air dry before storing it.

Dishwasher Cleaning Method

If you have a dishwasher, you can use this to clean your lid. Place your lid in the bottom rack of your dishwasher, making sure that it’s not touching any other items. Let the lid soak in the warm, soapy water for a few minutes, then scrub it clean. Make sure to let the lid air dry before storing it.

Dried Coffee Grounds Method

If you’re cleaning your lid and it’s particularly dirty, you may want to use a different method. If your lid has dried coffee grounds inside it, you can use a toothbrush to scrub off the dried coffee.

To do this, place the dried coffee grounds in a bowl and dip the toothbrush in hot water. Agitate the toothbrush in the bowl to mix it with the water and dried coffee. Use the toothbrush to scrub off as much coffee as you can from the inside of your lid. Don’t scrub too hard, as you may damage your lid. After you’re done scrubbing, rinse the lid with warm water and let it air dry before storing it.

How to Clean Your Contigo With Isopropyl Alcohol

If your lid is just a bit sticky and you don’t have time to soak it overnight, you can clean your lid with isopropyl alcohol. Fill a bowl with warm water and add a few drops of isopropyl alcohol. Place your lid in the bowl and let it sit for 5-10 minutes. After you’ve let the lid soak, use a clean cloth to wipe down the inside of the lid. Make sure to get all remnants of the alcohol out of the lid before storing it.

Conclusion

Cleaning a Contigo Autoseal lid is a bit different from cleaning other travel mug lids. Luckily, there are several different methods that you can use to clean your lid properly, so you can get back to enjoying your coffee without worrying about a messy lid.

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