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Discolored Coffee Cups

I have trouble with my coffee cups and mugs becoming discolored because my husband drinks lots of coffee. All I have to do to take out the stains is to let them soak in a a sink full of water with a about 1/4 cup bleach added. Just be sure to rinse them well. Works great!

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By Dee (Guest Post)
April 13, 20050 found this helpful

Making a paste of baking soda and water will clean the coffee stains out without removing some of your glaze on your cups like bleach has a way of doing.

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By jjager (Guest Post)
April 14, 20050 found this helpful

Bar keeper's friend is the best to remove any tea or coffee stain in glasses, cups, plates, &/or bowls. This product is amazing. Walmart doesn't carry it any more :( I tried Raley's supermarket and found both liquid and powder form. I really like the liquid. Check out their website: barkeepersfriend.com
Happy cleaning :)

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