Ice chest cleaning isn’t something you had in mind when planning your off-the-grid weekend getaway–until you opened the ice chest.
What might have seemed clean last spring now smells like the bottom on a gym locker. Don’t worry–there’s no need to run to REI or Target to buy a new ice bucket. You can clean yours the simple way, and with all natural ingredients, to boot.
You’ll need some vinegar and vanilla. Begin by heating up the vinegar and use it to wipe down the inside of the ice chest. Then, dab some vanilla on a paper towel and use it to rub down the ice chest.
Good as new.