How to Clean Out a Hip Flask

Hip flasks are small, thin containers contoured for holding distilled beverages. These flasks are frequently made of stainless steel or silver, and their size and shape are suited to a trouser pocket.

These small containers are usually contoured to match the hip or thigh of the owner and fit comfortably in the trouser pocket next to hipbone. The use of hip flasks dates back to the Middle Ages, and are back in vogue today. They are traditionally filled with alcoholic beverages and are used to steal a sip in a public place where use of hard liquor is prohibited.

A hip flask is a perfect container to transport liquor, but it can also used to store the liquor for several days. Hip flasks are usually made from stainless steel. Since carrying such a container in a public place is illegal at some places, some modern flasks are made of plastic to evade detection by metal detectors.

Because of its narrow opening, it can be difficult to clean a hip flask thoroughly, like you wash a wider glass or steel container. However, it can be cleaned out well using a water and acid solution.

Things Required:

– Hip flask.
– Water.
– Distilled white vinegar.
– Measuring Cups.
– Spoon.

Instructions

  • 1

    Take one cup of water in a measuring cup.

  • 2

    Add one cup of distilled white vinegar to it.

  • 3

    Mix the two liquids with the help of a stirrer or spoon until thoroughly combined.

  • 4

    Boil water and pour it into the flask. Pour the hot water out and repeat the process one more time.

  • 5

    Now half fill the flask with the water and vinegar solution. Cover it and shake vigorously for about twenty seconds. Pour out the solution and rinse it with cold water.

  • 6

    Repeat the steps involving bowling water treatment, and then rinsing with water and vinegar solution alternatively.

  • 7

    After repeating these steps, fill the flask with boiling water to make sure all the residual vinegar is gone.

  • 8

    Turn it upside down on a paper towel to dry it.

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