Most coffee lover's who drink coffee every day are aware of the ugly brown stains left behind. If you are like our family and have a coffee cup collection from everywhere you visit, you can just continually rotate your cups on a regular basis. A win-win situation, keeps your cups clean and it's a awesome memory of your trip.
However, If you have a favorite mug that you like to use all the time and you're getting tired of it looking stained and dirty, here are some practical tips that call for simple products:
The first easy method calls for pouring a little baking soda into your mug and adding enough water to create a paste. (You can also use salt.) A sponge or brush and a little scrubbing power create just the right amount of abrasion to remove mild stains. Repeat as necessary.
Another eco-friendly method that doesn't require harsh chemicals is good ole' vinegar. Heat a cup up to medium heat and soak for around four hours or overnight. Be sure to rinse it well.
I have also read that you can use white tooth paste or denture tablets. You drop the tablet in your mug filled with hot water and while it dissolves it is cleaning the stains out of the mug.
I hope you notice a remarkable improvement using these simple tips.
Have a marvelous Monday ~ Drink some coffee and pretend you know what you're doing