I know how much you love your HashStash box…
And I want to help you take care of it!
Here are some easy steps to keep your box looking like new.
1. Cleaning Your Box
Keeping your HashStash clean is super important.
All you need to do is wipe the inside with a dry cloth every now and then.
If there's stuff that's hard to get off, you can use a slightly damp cloth.
But remember, don't use any strong cleaners or get the box too wet!
Strong chemicals can damage your box.
2. Looking After the Wood
Your HashStash box is made of beautiful bamboo wood and we want it to stay that way.
If it starts to look a bit dull, you can use a safe oil like what you might use in the kitchen.
Just a little bit can make the wood shiny again and help it last longer.
3. Care for the Hinges
The hinges on your box help you open and close it lots of times.
If they ever feel hard to move, you can use a tiny bit of dry oil spray to help.
Just be careful, you only need a little!
4. Avoid Extreme Heat
While your HashStash box loves a good summer day…
It doesn't like to be in direct sunlight or super hot places for too long.
Too much heat can warp the wood and make it lose its shape.
So, find a cool, dry spot for your HashStash, away from the windowsill or the oven.
5. Stash It Right
We designed your HashStash box to hold your herbs perfectly.
But try not to stuff it too full.
Overfilling can stretch the box and might make it harder to close over time.
Plus, giving your herbs a bit of breathing room can help keep them fresher for longer.
6. Don't Forget to Show Off!
Your HashStash box isn't just useful…
It's pretty to look at, too!
Don't hide it away in a drawer.
Let it shine on your coffee table or shelf.
This will also remind you to use it often…
And to take care of it as you would with any of your favorite things.
I hope these tips will help you enjoy your HashStash box even more!
As always, if you have any questions or need any help, just let us know.
We're here for you.
And if you're not already a proud owner of your own O.G. Stash Box...
Join the club!
Founder of HashStash