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16oz Contigo Autoseal Insulated Stainless Steel Mug (Various Colors) EXPIRED

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Kohl's has 16oz Contigo Autoseal Insulated Stainless Steel Mug on sale for $9.99 - 15% with promo code SAVEBIG15 = $8.49. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $50+. Thanks pc114

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Available Colors:
  • Orchid (purple)
  • Black
  • Biscay Bay (teal)
  • Silver
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Kohl's has the Contigo West Loop 16-oz Thermal Mug [kohls.com]for $9.99 (reg $19.99) in 4 different colors.
Apply code SAVEBIG15 to get 15% off (offer ends Nov 24).
Free shipping for purchases over $50, or free store pickup


PRODUCT FEATURES

Autoseal technology is leak and spill proof
Drinks stay hot up to 5 hours and cold up to 12 hours with Thermalock vacuum insulation
Easy one-handed drinking with the push of a button
Autoseal button lock for added peace of mind

PRODUCT CONSTRUCTION & CARE

Stainless steel
Dishwasher safe
Manufacturer's lifetime limited warranty


PRODUCT DETAILS

8"H x 3.5"W x 3"D
16-oz. capacity
Model no. 2030732

https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...eb-regular
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2pack contigo travel mug for $12.99 in BJ's.
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2pack contigo travel mug for $12.99 in BJ's.
Those are not west loop
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Very sexy deal
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Those are not west loop
Westloop makes all the difference
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Still can't get the damn moldy smell out of mine. Any tips for cleaning the lids really well? I've tried soaking them in baking soda. Soaking in denture solution. Soaking in boiling soapy water. Scrubbing them to all hell with a bottle brush. Placing them in the dishwasher on high temp and sanitize.

All of this however, and they are still really stinky lids after only using them twice for cold brew coffee.
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Still can't get the damn moldy smell out of mine. Any tips for cleaning the lids really well? I've tried soaking them in baking soda. Soaking in denture solution. Soaking in boiling soapy water. Scrubbing them to all hell with a bottle brush. Placing them in the dishwasher on high temp and sanitize.

All of this however, and they are still really stinky lids after only using them twice for cold brew coffee.
Try bleach or vinegar. I had a mug with a built in loose leaf tea basket that I forgot in my car for a couple weeks and it got moldy. I pulled all the pieces apart and soaked it in a bleach solution for a day and the smell came out of the rubber gasket
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Still can't get the damn moldy smell out of mine. Any tips for cleaning the lids really well? I've tried soaking them in baking soda. Soaking in denture solution. Soaking in boiling soapy water. Scrubbing them to all hell with a bottle brush. Placing them in the dishwasher on high temp and sanitize.

All of this however, and they are still really stinky lids after only using them twice for cold brew coffee.
I have a bad habit of losing my Contigo under the seat of my car, only to discover it weeks later. OxiClean is what usually works for me. It takes out the tea or coffee stains in the first soak, but if you've got actual mold you'll probably need a second round to get it clean.
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what is the different between this West Loop vs the one from costco?
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Try bleach or vinegar. I had a mug with a built in loose leaf tea basket that I forgot in my car for a couple weeks and it got moldy. I pulled all the pieces apart and soaked it in a bleach solution for a day and the smell came out of the rubber gasket
I have a bottle of the Clorox Concentrated Splash-less Bleach at home. Would this do the trick? I have honestly never used bleach to clean anything other than my clothes before.
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I have a bad habit of losing my Contigo under the seat of my car, only to discover it weeks later. OxiClean is what usually works for me. It takes out the tea or coffee stains in the first soak, but if you've got actual mold you'll probably need a second round to get it clean.
Which OxiClean product would you recommend for taking the smell out of these lids? I am not familiar with this brand.
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I have a bottle of the Clorox Concentrated Splash-less Bleach at home. Would this do the trick? I have honestly never used bleach to clean anything other than my clothes before.
Yeah... just use a small amount (Tablespoon per couple of gallons of water at most, really - less is also fine) in your sink or some other food-safe container to let it soak a bit... scrub... then soak some more before rinsing. Should do the trick.

Very small amounts of bleach in water are also great for keeping flowers fresh (though they may "bleach" pedals of certain species), washing fruits/vegetables, and a splash of straight bleach down your drains before bed in regular maintenance can help keeping plumbing free from debris.
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