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Removing Iced Tea Stains From Plastic Pitchers

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March 29, 2011

Pitcher and glass filled with ice tea on an outdoor table.Here's an easy way to remove those brown tea stains that accumulate in plastic pitchers. Alternate using the pitchers for tea with tomato juice or pineapple juice. The acid in the juices eat the stain off the plastic. Works with plastic glasses, too.

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By joan pecsek from Chesapeake, VA

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June 17, 2008

After making iced tea in the summer, I am always left with a stained pitcher. NOTHING I used would take those stubborn stains off. I tried expensive soaps to elbow grease. Then one day, I tried BAKING SODA.

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