When you think of container storage, images of dirt and dirtied rags come to mind, but according to the Container Store, this isn’t the only way containers can be used to keep things fresh and clean- we love that their bottom-emptying containers are specifically designed with keeping things clean in mind, so how do you use a bottom-emptying container to keep your content fresh? Keep reading for everything you need to know!

What is a Bottom-Emptying Container?

A bottom-emptying container is a type of container that is specifically designed with keeping things clean in mind, it's made from durable plastic and has a hole at the top that helps to release the contents of the container while it's being cleaned- when you use a bottentömmande container ( bottom emptying container ), you don't have to worry about dirt and dirtied rags getting into your product or service or you can also use them for different purposes such as keeping food fresh or filling up your fridge with cold drinks.

How to Use a Bottom-Emptying Container to Keep your Container Fresh
• Fill the container with as much or as little water as you need to cover the item you’re intending to keep fresh.
• Place the item in the bottom of the container.
• Close the lid and shake off any excess water.
• Pour the remaining water into the top of the container and place it back on the shelf.

How to Store a Bottom-Emptying Container

• Place the container on a clean surface.
• Pour a little water into the container and then place the item inside.
• Push the top of the container down so that it covers the item completely.
• Put the lid on the container and close it up.
• Leave the container in a cool, dark place for at least 12 hours or overnight.
• Remove the item from the bottom-emptying container and let it air-dry (or use a dryer).

Pros of Using a Bottom-Emptying Container

There are several benefits to using a bottom-emptying container for your container storage; first, the container is specifically designed with keeping things clean in mind- this is important because it makes it easier for you to keep your container clean and fresh; additionally, a bottom-emptying container helps you save space on your storage space- you can fit a lot more into a bottom-emptying container than you can into an overflowing or unsecured container.

Cons of Using a Bottom-Emptying Container

The first and most important thing you need to know about using a bottom-emptying container to keep your container clean is that it takes longer to clean than using a regular container because the container has a small opening at the top that allows dirt and other debris to accumulate, it takes more time to clean a bottom-emptying container than a regular one, which can lead to a dirty container and less time for you to get your work done.

Ideas for using a Bottom Emptying Container

• Keep your container clean by filling it with water and then placing it in the sink
• Add a few drops of dishwashing detergent to the water and pour it into the container
• Place your container in a sunny spot, such as a window seat, to help preserve its freshness
• Place your container on the counter so that it's easy to reach and keep an eye on.

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Fill the container with as much or as little water as you need to cover the item you’re intending to keep fresh.