I have some really cheap plastic food storage containers. Recently they have started accumulating a dish detergent film that is nearly impossible to get off. This film is on nothing but my containers, all the other dishes, etc. are fine. When I need to store something, I take a damp paper towel and thoroughly clean out the container before I put it in there (pain in my butt), and then food still tastes slightly soapy (especially if it has been in the microwave - and yes, they are microwave-safe).
Is there anything I can do to break the cycle (not something I have to do every time I wash them)? Does this only happen to the cheap kind, or should I break down and just buy tempered glass?
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