The tea stains and coffee stains in the cup are cleaned with toothpaste or table salt and the results are very good
Usage: The cup is boiled with water (without leaving water), then it is rinsed with dry salt or toothpaste on the wall of the cup and rinsed with water
No matter salt or coarse salt, it can help us to remove the tea stains on the cup. After we dip it with our fingers, we can brush back and forth over the tea stains. It will take no more than two or three minutes to find the magic of tea stains. Disappeared! And it is not easy to hurt the cup.
Sometimes I run into old age, but how do I do when the brush is not clean? do not worry! At this time, you may wish to find the leftover lemon in the kitchen or the peel that you want to lose after eating the orange! In coffee cups, lemon slices or a little vinegar are used to wipe the edges of the cups. If coffee makers are used, we can slice the lemons, put them on a cloth in the upper part of the coffee pot, and add water to them. Bring the lemon to a cup of coffee and let it trickle down into the pot below. When the yellow turbid water droplets come out of the coffee maker, this is evidence that citric acid has cleared coffee stains. In general, the coffee maker can be removed after two or more times.
Peel with salt
If the peel is used instead of the vegetable guava cloth, after the salt is salted, the tea stains can be used again to achieve unexpected and good results. If there is no peel, using a little vinegar will have the same effect.
Divide the kitchen-specific bleach into a large bowl, then put the cup in for a night's soak, and after the next day's cleansing with water, the tea stains are magically clean!