Tips for cleaning ceramic cups:
1. Toothpaste or edible salt
When housewives clean the home, they will make full use of those items that are not normally imagined to make the home cleaner and tidy. Tea stains and coffee stains in ceramic cups can also be cleaned up with these items, such as toothpaste or edible salt. Just rinse the cup with clean water without leaving any water. Then use dry salt or toothpaste to rub the tea stains or coffee stains on the inner wall of the cup. After two or three minutes, you will find that the tea stains or coffee stains have magically disappeared, and then rinse them off with water. Will hurt the cup itself.
2. Lemon or citrus peel
Not every housewife is very clean. Remember to wash the stains in time after drinking tea or coffee. If you do not clean the tea stains or coffee stains for a long time, they will slowly accumulate into old dirt. Simple brushing is difficult. Wash thoroughly. What should I do then? The smart way is to find leftover lemons in the kitchen, or orange peels that you want to throw away after eating oranges, use sliced lemons and vinegar to wipe the stains, or wrap the oranges and lemon slices with a cloth and place them in the coffee pot. , Use the method of brewing coffee to drip lemon into the cup, wash the tea stains or coffee stains twice, and it will be clean.
3. Kitchen bleach
This rinsing method is the first choice for all housewives to clean ceramic cups and all tableware. Generally speaking, the cleaning method is to dilute the bleach used in the kitchen in a large basin, and then put the ceramic cups that need to be cleaned in the large basin. Soak the basin overnight, and then wash it out with clean water the next day. Generally speaking, the tea stains or coffee stains in the ceramic cup can be cleaned magically.