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16-Ounce Contigo West Loop Travel Mug (Black, Blue or Stainless Steel) EXPIRED

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HomeDepot.com has 16-Ounce Contigo West Loop Travel Mug (Black, Blue or Stainless Steel) on sale for $5.88 ---> Now $3.88. Select free store pickup where available otherwise shipping is free on $45+ orders. Thanks shopgurl101

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Home depot has the Contigo 16 oz west loop for 5.88 in blue black and stainless steel. I saw these in stores yesterday for the same price as well.

Update: Now $3.88

black
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Conti.../309072171

blue
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Conti.../305779483

stainelss steel
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Conti.../305779487
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Hmm. I've never had an issue. I put a little hot soapy water in it, close it and shake it up. Point it upside down, press the button and let it drain out the hole. Open it up and rinse out.
One "issue" is that if whatever is in it becomes slightly pressured from heat, carbonation, etc, the lid can "spit" when you press the button to drink.
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The way to clean it is to pour boiling water into the cap, let it sit for a bit, then whip the cap violently to get all the yummy chunks of fungus out. Clean the rest of the bottle with a bottle brush. I use an Oxo.
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To be clear, you can dishwasher the cap, but you should not be dishwashering the cup itself.
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Shitty cap design! Impossible to clean the coffee or tea from inside.
Hmm. I've never had an issue. I put a little hot soapy water in it, close it and shake it up. Point it upside down, press the button and let it drain out the hole. Open it up and rinse out.
One "issue" is that if whatever is in it becomes slightly pressured from heat, carbonation, etc, the lid can "spit" when you press the button to drink.
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Hmm. I've never had an issue. I put a little hot soapy water in it, close it and shake it up. Point it upside down, press the button and let it drain out the hole. Open it up and rinse out.
One "issue" is that if whatever is in it becomes slightly pressured from heat, carbonation, etc, the lid can "spit" when you press the button to drink.
The spring part becomes laced with milk in the tea or coffee!
Absolutely horrendous to clean it on the go. Starbucks tumbler is way easier for me, I have 5 different brands of tumblers and contigo caps sucks the most.
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Hmm. I've never had an issue. I put a little hot soapy water in it, close it and shake it up. Point it upside down, press the button and let it drain out the hole. Open it up and rinse out.
One "issue" is that if whatever is in it becomes slightly pressured from heat, carbonation, etc, the lid can "spit" when you press the button to drink.
I do the exact same thing
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The way to clean it is to pour boiling water into the cap, let it sit for a bit, then whip the cap violently to get all the yummy chunks of fungus out. Clean the rest of the bottle with a bottle brush. I use an Oxo.
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This is a great deal. These are $3 more each at Amazon when I bought them in a 2 pack a while ago. I love these mugs. I use the stainless steel one and just throw it in the dishwasher. Wish my local HD had them.
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If you use oxiclean aka Sodium Percarbonate and hot water let it soak for 20 mins .....it cuts through all that cream or coffee build up.... plus cleaning stuff often means taking it apart as I do with my thermos and coffee travel mugs...
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I just dishwasher that sucker every few days!

But looks like a great deal!
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None available at my local store...but thanks anyway.
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I just dishwasher that sucker every few days!

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To be clear, you can dishwasher the cap, but you should not be dishwashering the cup itself.
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was eyeing this until i settled on the camelbak forge - best design overall for cleaning
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I completely agree on the cleaning part if you use milk in your coffee or tea, the spring makes it more difficult to clean. I had bought 1 which lasted me about 7 months before one daybi was cleaning it the spring popped out, tried to fix it back but it didnt remain the same. I shifted to the Snapseal design since then. Snapseal has a very simple design, not that bulky cap and very easy to clean to perfection.
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At this price I will finally spring for a new one. Believe it or not, I've had mine for about 10 years lol It's got the nicks, bumps, & scratches to prove it. And it works as perfectly as when I purchased it.
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