If you drink a cup of Joe tea every morning, you will know the slight brown coffee stains left by your favorite beverage in the cup. It seems that washing with soap and water can hardly eliminate this stubborn discoloration, especially when taken out of a white cup. What should coffee lovers do?
When the awkwardness of drinking coffee from a dirty cup pushes you to the edge, you have no need to help with harsh chemicals such as bleach. You may have the necessary cleaning equipment in the pantry or pharmacy to completely remove coffee stains. Just follow the instructions below how to manually clean the coffee cup. After completion, the cup will look brand new.
Baking Soda Sauce
Sprinkle baking soda in a cup and add enough warm water to form a paste.
Sponge the mixture for a minute or two so that the mildly abrasive baking soda can remove stains.
Rinse with clean water and enjoy the effect!
Fill the cup with tap water or very hot water.
Fill the cup with white vinegar. Let the mixture soak for 10 minutes.
Pour the vinegar water into the sink, and then use a sponge to scrub the newly emptied cup.
Rinse with clean water, everything is ready!
Salt and ice
Pour some salt into the bottom of the cup, then pour some crushed ice on top.
Cover the cup with several layers of plastic wrap and shake it vertically. Coarse salt removes coffee stains without any chemicals.
Rinse with clean water, your cup will return to its former glory!
Melamine foam sponge
Soak the melamine amine foam sponge, and then wipe the inside of the cup until it becomes clean.
Wash the cup with warm soapy water and a brush by hand.
Rinse with clean water to show that the cup is now spotless!
Fill the cup with warm water and add the denture piece. Let the tablet foam and perform its magical effect.
After the hissing stops, pour out the water, then gently wash the cup with warm soapy water and a brush.
Rinse with clean water, you can use a spotless cup!
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