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A Guide to Washing Your UV Glass Containers | Infinity Jars

How do you wash your ultraviolet glass jars and bottles? Here’s a guide that can help you make sure that you take proper care of your high-quality and UV glass products from Infinity Jars. While our jars and bottles are durable and easy to take care of, you can never be too careful!

The UV glass jars and bottles from Infinity Jars are high-quality luxury items, but they’re surprisingly low-maintenance. You can even easily wash them again and use them for whichever other purposes you might think of.

However, just because these containers are low-maintenance doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take certain measures to keep them in top shape. Here, you’ll find what you need to do to take optimal care of your Infinity Jars products.


While some may say that you shouldn’t put glassware in the dishwasher, Infinity Jars containers are actually dishwasher safe. However, you should still take some care in putting these jars and bottles in the dishwasher.

1. Glass Containers

Avoid putting your UV glass containers in the bottom rack, since that area tends to be hotter. Infinity Jars products are durable and made of glass thick enough to withstand a certain level of heat, but it’s far better to be safe than sorry. Thus, make sure to put your UV glass jars and bottles in the top rack. You should also make sure that each jar or bottle doesn’t touch each other.

2. Plastic Components

While the glass jars and bottles themselves are dishwasher safe, it’s not a good idea to put the plastic lids and components in the dishwasher as well. The water in dishwashers are generally 120 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit, which means it’s pretty high-temperature. And as we all know (and have probably learned the hard way), high temperatures and plastics generally do not go well together.

High heat can warp plastic components, and it can also cause harmful chemicals to leach out of the plastic. Thus, make sure to separate all the plastic from the glass before you turn on the dishwasher.


Of course, you also have the option of cleaning your UV glass jars and bottles by hand. Again, Infinity Jars containers are very low-maintenance, and you won’t have to worry about scratching them up when you wash them. You can simply wash them and dry them off like you would any other dish in your kitchen.

You might also want to come up with more natural and environmentally-safe ways to clean your Infinity Jars glassware and other kitchen items. Here we have two easy and all-natural recipes you can use to make your very own dishwashing liquid. You can use these recipes to clean all your dishes and utensils, and you can even store the products in a handy Infinity Jars bottle.

1. All-Natural Dishwashing Detergent Recipe with Real Lemons

Do you like having your dishes -- and even your whole kitchen -- smelling clean and lemony-fresh? Here’s a great and easy recipe for your very own dishwashing detergent. The clincher? It actually uses real lemons!

Here are the things you’ll need:

  • 2 cups of lemon, diced. Keep the rind but remove the seeds.
  • 3 ½ cups of water
  • 1 cup of kosher salt
  • 4 oz of white vinegar
  • Small saucepan
  • Infinity Jars push pump bottle

Dice lemons into quarter-inch cubes until you fill two cups, then put them all in the saucepan. Add 1 ½ cup of water, turn on the heat, and bring the lemons and water to a slow boil. Let the mixture simmer until the water is reduced to a syrupy liquid and the lemons are tender. This might take 20 minutes, and you can also add a bit more water if you think it’s necessary.

Take a blender and add in the syrup and lemons. Blend the mixture on high until you have a smooth consistency. To make sure that you don’t end up with rinds or pulp, strain the mixture back into the same saucepan you used.

Add in the vinegar and kosher salt. Whisk until all the ingredients have thoroughly combined. Put the saucepan over low to medium heat and bring the mixture to a boil. Let it boil steadily for 10 to 15 minutes. When the mixture takes on a consistency somewhat similar to applesauce, turn off the heat.

Let your concoction cool in the saucepan, but make sure to stir often to make sure that a crust won’t form around the edges and the surface of the mixture. Once the mixture has cooled, you can pour it into a UV glass push pump bottle.

Since all the ingredients used in this concoction are all-natural, it’s likely to ferment. However, the UV glass of the push pump bottle can help extend the shelf life of this dishwashing mixture. For good measure, you can also store the mixture in the refrigerator.

2. Fruity Dishwashing Liquid Recipe

This recipe is also easy and simple to do, just like the one above. However, instead of an actual citrus fruit, this recipe uses a citrus essential oil. In fact, you can use any kind of citrus essential oil, be it lemon, grapefruit, mandarin, or more. You can also use other kinds of essential oils, but the more citrusy ones may be preferable to some due to their scent.

Here are the things you’ll need:

  • 40 drops of an essential oil of your choice
  • 1 tbsp of washing soda
  • 1 tbsp of kosher salt
  • 3 tbsp of hot water
  • ⅔ cup SalSuds, a natural and plant-based all-purpose cleaner
  • 1 ⅓ cup distilled water
  • Large pot
  • Infinity Jars push pump bottle

Combine the salt and the hot water in a small bowl. Pour the mixture into the pot and heat the mixture until the salt has completely dissolved. Strain the remaining salt crystals out if the salt doesn’t completely dissolve. You can then pour the mixture back into the small bowl and set it aside.

Now, add the washing soda and distilled water into the pot. Put it over the heat and wait for the ingredients to dissolve. Wait for all the mixtures to cool down completely.

Pour the SalSuds, distilled water, and essential oil into the UV glass push pump bottle. You can use a funnel to keep things neat and make sure that none of the ingredients spills out. Then, add a tablespoon of the salt and water mixture. Once you do this, you’ll notice that the contents of the push pump bottle will thicken. You can add more of the salt water to make the mixture thicker, but remember that the mixture may thicken more over time. If the mixture gets too thick, you can simply add more water.






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