How to get coffee stains out of your mug.
Ever notice how most coffee mugs are white?
Ever notice how they tend to stain?
Who’s bright idea was it to make the staple coffee mug white, when it will inevitably get stained?
We don’t know. And we would be lying if we said that this had anything to do with Catfight making all our mugs black. However, we do have a couple of favorite mugs in our cabinet that happen to be white. Isn't it great how we can infuse memories and feelings into a mug? So what are the best ways to clean them without getting rid of the emotions attached to the mug?
There are a few ways you might read about on the internet. Soaking in White Vinegar or Denture tablets have mild success rates. But without having substantial cleaning effects, we are in no hurry to buy denture cleaner.
Cutting a lemon wedge and rubbing it vigorously inside the mug then rinse works a little better, but just make sure you don’t have any cuts on your hands.
Overall, the best way to clean your dingy white mugs is pretty simple. Baking Soda. Mix a bit of tap water into baking soda to make a thick paste. Rub it in with a sponge and rinse when you have reached the desired cleanliness. Baking sodas grittiness makes a paste abrade enough to get the job done and leaves behind no odor or flavors that could ruin your next cup of mud. It’s inexpensive and you likely already have it in your pantry.