How to Remove Coffee Stains on Cups

As much as you scrub them, there are always remains left in the glasses

Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages worldwide. In every part of the world they have their own way of preparing it. If you go to Cuba they will tell you that the best is yours. You will hear the same in Colombia. As the saying goes: “to taste the colors”. Wherever the drink is, one of the things that always happens is that they leave leftovers in the container where they are served, which cost a lot to clean. Learn here how to remove coffee stains from cups.

How is it possible to remove coffee stains on cups

No matter how much you love coffee, it is sometimes quite annoying that the fact that, no matter how much you clean the jícaras you use to drink it, there is always some rest left.

The worst comes when you have a visitor and you are ashamed to give him something to drink in the cup for fear that he thinks he is unwashed. But this situation will change with a few simple tricks. Remember that everything has a solution in this life.

Sodium bicarbonate


Baking soda:  1 bit;

Water:  enough.

Action mode:

  1. First, pour some baking soda into the bottom of the cup or cups you have with coffee stains.
  2. Then add some water. You must create a paste with both ingredients.
  3. Next, rub the bottom of the jícara with the solution.
  4. Rinse well and clean the crockery as you normally do before using it again.


Vinegar is also very useful for removing coffee stains on cups. You can also use it to remove the remains of tea.

One option is to make a mixture with vinegar and corn starch and leave the solution in the bottom of the cup for a few minutes and then wash the crockery.

It is also possible that you can glimpse the vinegar with the salt and leave it for several hours before washing your cup.

Meet other applications of vinegar that will surprise you.

On the other hand, you can scrub toothpaste with an old toothbrush to remove coffee stains and then wash the cup.

Finally, in the next video you will have the opportunity to see some tricks to whiten the crockery.

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