How To Remove Coffee Stains From Cups


How to remove coffee stains from cups is a typical question I am asked from time-to-time. Therefore with that question ringing in my ears, I've decided to put together this article on that topical subject.

If you're anything like me and have many visitors over the year, you'll know how embarrassing it can be when you pop into the kitchen to make your visitors a hot drink of tea or coffee, only to find that the cups are stained.

If you follow to tips to follow, hopefully you can avoid finding yourself in this predicament.

Removing Coffee Stains From Cups

Bleach and Water - This is a quick and simple method off ridding your tea and coffee cups from stains. Squirt a little amount of bleach into the cup and fill to the top with warm water; leave to soak over night; rinse thoroughly and voila! Your cup will be stain free and sparkling clean.

Salt - This stain removal tip should only really be used on the cups you use all of the time and not on fine bone china. Right, you'll need to rinse the cup with warm water, grab a damp cloth and pour salt over it. Next, scrub the stains with cloth and you'll find the stains begin to disappear. When you are satisfied with your work, rinse out the cup.

Baking Soda - For whatever reason, you don't want to use salt to remove tea and coffee stains, then equally effective is the use of baking soda. Just apply the same procedures as above, by pouring the baking soda over a damp cloth and scrubbing the stains.

Salt and Vinegar - Well, as well as being yummy on your fish and chips this method of how to remove coffee stains from cups is a real crowd pleaser in the realms of stain removal. Into a small bowl add one part white vinegar and one part salt and mix to form a paste. Rub the paste into the stained cup, leave for five minutes and scrub away with a damp cloth. You should find that the stains are no more. If the stains persist follow the procedure again.

Lemon Juice - Pure lemon juice is a sure fired way to remove stains from cups. Just pour the juice onto a damp cloth and clean. To galvanize this tip on how to remove coffee stains from cups, add salt or baking soda, to form a paste. Rub the paste over the stains and leave for five minutes, before rinsing away.

White Toothpaste - As well as obviously being nifty at cleaning your teeth, this product is great at removing stains from cups. Rub the toothpaste over the stains, leave for a couple of minutes, before rinsing thoroughly.I hope you found this article on how to remove coffee stains from cups useful. We are adding more and more cleaning and stain removal tips all of the time, so don't forget to check them put.In the meantime, if you have any tips of your own to add, why not fill out the form below. Our visitors will very much appreciate this. Thanks very much.

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