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How can I remove coffee stains from my mugs?

Keeping your moo-vellous mugs bright and fresh as the day you bought them from “My Moo Mugs” can be as simple as a quick brew! Here’s a tip straight from the outback to help you remove those pesky coffee stains.

First things first – grab yourself some bicarbonate of soda (or baking soda, mate!) from the pantry. It’s perfect for giving your mugs a gentle, thorough clean. It’s also a champion of eco-friendly solutions, so rest assured it won’t harm your precious mugs or the environment.

Pop about a teaspoon of the bicarb into your stained mug. Fill the mug with warm water, swirling the mixture around a bit until the soda dissolves. Let this solution sit in

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There are several ways to remove coffee stains, here are a few:

1. Baking Soda: Make a paste with baking soda and a little water. Rub the paste onto the stain and let it stand for a while. Then, rinse the mug thoroughly.

2. Vinegar: Fill the stained mug with a part of vinegar and three parts of warm water, and let it sit for about 20 minutes. Rinse the mug thoroughly.

3. Denture Tablets: Fill the stained mug with warm water and drop a denture-cleaning tablet into it. After the fizzing stops, wash and rinse the mug.

4. Salt: Sprinkle salt onto the coffee stain and scrub it with a damp sponge. Shake out any remaining salt and then rinse the mug.

5. Lemon Juice: Mix equal parts of lemon juice and water and scrub the coffee stain. Rinse the mug thoroughly.

Remember to always check on a smaller area first to ensure it doesn’t ruin the finish. Washing the mug right after drinking coffee also helps to prevent staining.

Also, do not use bleach. Although bleach is good for removing stains, it can be harmful if ingested. Always use non-toxic cleaning solutions on dishes and cups to ensure your safety.