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How do you remove stains from tea cups?


My tea cup is tall. I find it difficult to scrub the bottom inside.

 

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    Beth Perry (bethperry) 3 years ago

    Excellent advice, HeatherH104. If the cup is really old, however, raw lemon juice with a little baby shampoo can be substituted, which is a little more gentle than vinegar (which can make the china finish brittle).


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    JR Krishna (thumbi7) 3 years ago

    Thanks for the good suggestion. I don't want to scratch the surface of my tea cup. That is why I am hesitant to use bottle brushes.

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    JR Krishna (thumbi7) 3 years ago

    Thanks for the suggestions. We do get baby bottle brushes here. But I have not seen one with a sponge on the end.

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