I love drinking coffee in the morning, afternoon, evening and night. I’m just crazy when it comes to drinking coffee…3-4 cups per day are a must for me.
But I hate those stains in my favorite mug!!!
You pretty much have the same condition as mine…right?
Removing Coffee Stains From Cups
Fortunately, I found a great recipe that always helps me to get rid of those stubborn stains.
This method is pretty cheap, old but quick and very effective. You don’t have to deal with any chemicals or detergents.
Here is exactly what you need to do.
- Wet cloth
- Baking soda
- Lemon juice
- Denture tablets
- Dishwasher detergent
The Scrub Method
Start off with scrubbing using a wet cloth. The stains won’t leave easily. Add salt and scrub again.
Now, pour some vinegar and let it sit there for a few minutes.
Before you scrub, sprinkle the baking soda and add lemon juice.
Finally, scrub it and wash the stains away.
The Soak Method
Take a pot, fill it with water and bring it to boil.
Squeeze the lemon juice, add two tbsp. of salt, a couple of denture tablets, four tbsp. of dishwasher detergent and ¼ cup of washing soda. Mix the ingredients well using a wooden spoon.
Dip the coffee cup(s) and keep on boiling the mixture. Let it boil for 30 minutes to an hour.
Carefully take out the cup(s), grab a dry cloth and scrub it. Finally, rinse it well and your stains are fully gone.
So, that’s it guys! This is a simple and straightforward way to remove coffee stains from cups. You can use the same strategy to get rid of tea stains in your mugs, cups and pots.
I’ll recommend the scrub method since it is safe as compared to the soak and boil.