How to Get Rid of Tea/Coffee stains?
February 26, 2016 8:26am CST
One of the biggest problems faced on a daily basis are the tea of coffee stains that after time appear on your, cups, mugs, or even saucers (if you choose to drink your poison that way). I remember as a child doing the washing up we would regularly find a caffeine ring around the cup, some simply would not come out. Today I have a dish washer as do many people in the western world, but still the cups come out (occasionally) with these coffee stains Do you ever get rid of those dastardly stains? Do you have a simple solution? Or do you have to reach for the CLR every once in a while?
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• Saco, Maine
26 Feb 16
I wrote about this awhile back. I do it every so often with a weak solution of chlorine bleach and hot water. It not only works like a charm, but it also disinfects the glasses and mugs. You just pour a little of the solution into the glasses/mugs, let them sit for about 10 minutes, and that's it. Just rinse the bleach solution out really well in lots of cool water, and let the glasses and mugs air-dry, and you're good. My mother handed that little trick on down to me, and I've used it ever since.