Simple Trick That Can Help Remove Stubborn Coffee Stains From Your Favorite Mugs And Leave The Kitchen Sparkling

July 3, 2019

Coffee is consumed everywhere, and judging by the number of Starbucks locations in the United States alone - in 2018, there were 14,606! - we love our caffeine.

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Coffee can keep you awake and stimulate your brain. It’s a great beverage for keeping you on your toes. For some, it even calms the nerves and people who drink coffee can feel much more relaxed. 

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Interestingly enough, it's very easy to tell if someone is a coffee drinker by simply peeking into their cupboard.

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Usually, their mugs have stubborn brown stains to prove it.

Removing those stains from your favorite mugs is, in fact, easier than you think!

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You’re sure to get your favorite mug back to looking brand new: All it takes is some baking soda.

Sprinkle a little baking soda onto the bottom of your stained cup add just enough water to form a paste, and scrub. Note that after successfully removing the marks, you should rinse and wash a cup well before using it.

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Easy, right?

Here we've got a few other tricks that will work for both coffee and tea stains!

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  1. Try a paste of corn starch and vinegar: Apply and let sit for several minutes first before scrubbing.
  2. Salt and vinegar: Leave on the surface then wash off a few hours later.
  3. Toothpaste: Scrub with a toothbrush, wash clean

We hope this comes in handy for all of our fellow sleep-deprived coffee lovers out there! Keep your favorite mugs squeaky clean and mornings enjoyable. 

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