Wash stains from cups and mugs

Posted: July 7th, 2013 | Author: | Cleaning

Frequent drinking of coffee or tea can cause your glasses, cups to have stains and sediments that are hard to remove. Such stains and sediments are sometimes even impossible to remove with dishwashing liquids.

Photo credit: el patojo / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA

Photo credit: el patojo / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA

With time the sediment gathers itself and it is even more difficult to get rid of. There are many ways that will help you remove it, the best ones are the natural ways, without using chemical substances. One of the methods is to immerse the cups in warm water for a long time, which will cause the stains to become moistened and easier to remove. Cups and glasses can also be washed with dishcloths, but they shouldn’t be too rough, as they may scratch them. You can also throw in a spoon of soda into the cup or glass or a spoon of vinegar mixed with baking soda or spoon of vinegar with some water, so that soda is dissolved.

Then you just need to wash the the glass with a toothbrush. You can also use a toothpaste. Apply it on the toothbrush, immerse it in water and then brush the glass. If it doesn’t work, pour hot water into the glass, add small amount of a bleacher and then mix it and leave it for the night. Sediment should be gone in the morning. Various washing liquids can also be effecting.

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