13 Tips For Cleaning Acrylic Products Stains

Acrylic or plexiglass is one of the popular materials used in commercial and residential products. KUSLA as a leading manufacturer of acrylic products for over 20 years. we have rich experience in cleaning acrylic products.

Cleaning acrylic can be difficult because of how easily acrylic can scratch and how sensitive it is to certain cleaners. Regularly cleaning your acrylic displays helps promote longevity and clarity, allowing the material to maintain its shine and transparency.

Read our article How to Clean and Maintain Acrylic? Besides that, you will find out more tips for cleaning acrylic.

13 Tricks and Tips for Cleaning Acrylic


you can use the same ratio of distilled white vinegar as you would for a bleach and water solution, with one tablespoon of vinegar per one cup of water. If you have concerns about using bleach in your containers, vinegar is a great alternative that is food-safe.


Use onion to wipe acrylic exhibition frame, not only can remove dirt, and especially bright.


Baking soda can also remove all of the stains that have been mentioned above, and it is particularly useful for removing oily residues.


Fresh lemons are easy to come by, and the acidic power of citrus can work wonders. Just rub the container or other item with lemon juice and leave it in the sun for one or two days. Acid in the lemon combined with the sun’s UV light will remove discoloration, and it will also kill bacteria.


if acrylic display frame appearance has traces and oil, use cloth or cotton with drops of a little wine (non-alcohol), slightly wipe, it will be bright.


Use a damp cloth, warm water, and regular table salt to rub the stain away. Creating an abrasive paste can come in handy as well.


Removing blemishes from plastic can also be done by using chlorine bleach. Bleach can be used to remove ink, juice, soda, coffee, tea, tomato sauce and tomato paste stains, and all other types of food dyes.


Put two tablets in a cup of hot water and allow them to dissolve. Pour the mixture into your stained container. Let it sit until all discoloration is gone. Wash well, rinse, and dry.


Put 2 tablets and about a cup of warm water in the container, allow the tablets to dissolve, and let the solution sit for one or two hours before washing. If the blemish doesn’t come out in a few hours, let it continue to sit overnight instead before washing with warm soapy water and drying with a clean dish towel.


Dawn Power Dissolver is designed to remove stains, so try it with your plastic items.


Peroxide is another common household item and it can be used to disinfect and remove stains from utensils and containers, and to lighten older plasticware that has taken on a yellow tinge.


Rubbing alcohol can be used to clean coffee, tea, tomato sauce and tomato paste, juice and soda stains, and discoloration caused by most types of food dyes.


You can use alcohol-based hand sanitizer to clean your plasticware – the active ingredient in these products is the same, and the gel can make it easier to apply.