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Cleaning Stained Porcelain

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Stained Porcelain Cup
Cleaning stains on your porcelain cups and other porcelain household items is not as hard as you may think. This is a guide about cleaning stained porcelain.
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By 2 found this helpful
November 9, 2010

Clean badly stained porcelain with a paste of peroxide and cream of tartar. Simply scrub with a brush and rinse. If the stain persists, try again by covering stain with the paste and adding a few drops of ammonia. Let stand for one to two hours, then scrub and rinse.

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Stains on old porcelain can also be helped with a a bar of Fels Naptha or Octagon soap dissolved in one gallon of hot water with half a cup of mineral spirits added. Brush vigorously on the surface. Note: Be sure that the "stain" isn't just the metal showing through a layer of porcelain worn thin before you brush with anything too coarse. To brighten old porcelain, try rubbing with a solution of salt and turpentine.

Source: Fingerhut Tips

By duckie-do from Cortez, CO

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By 1 found this helpful
April 22, 2013

I use a denture tablet in water. Just fill the cup with water and add a denture tablet and let it sit for several hours. Then just pour the water out and wipe the cup with a paper towel or dishcloth.

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By 1 found this helpful
March 31, 2010

Coffee cups stained with coffee? Make a thick paste with simple table salt and warm water and use a soft rag and wipe the coffee cup inside and out with the salt paste. Sparking new!

You can also use the salt paste for porcelain sinks in the bath and/or kitchen. It's so much less expensive than store bought products and works as well or better than most!

By MasterMom from Round Rock, TX

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November 3, 20140 found this helpful

It looks like someone put the butter dish on the stove and burned into the porcelain.

By Carol

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August 20, 20140 found this helpful

We have a Department 56 village and had a flood Wednesday. How can we clean the porcelain village? Please help. Thank you.

By Betty

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