Cleaning Coffee Stains on Thermos Travel Mug Silicone Gaskets?

How does one go about cleaning coffee stains off the silicone gaskets in the Thermos 16 ounce King tumbler?

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August 3, 20190 found this helpful

Use baking soda, Barkeepers Friend or a Magic Eraser

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August 3, 20190 found this helpful

When ours get yucky, I soak them overnight with one part vinegar, 3 parts hot water, and a few drops of Simple Dawn dish soap.

It usually gets them very clean.

I try not to rub or scrub them since they tend to get wonky if I do.

Hope this helps!

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August 4, 20190 found this helpful

I'd soak it in equal parts water and vinegar for 20 minutes, then try scrubbing it

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