FOR US-Brits who love a good cup of tea or coffee, you’ve probably spent some time at your sink removing stubborn stains from your favorite mug.
If you’re not lucky enough to have a dishwasher, or the stains are so stubborn that the dishwasher can’t even remove them, you’ve come to the right place.
Cleaning enthusiasts have shared a very simple yet highly effective 42p hack for removing tea and coffee stains from cups and mugs.
Not only is this hack cheap and cheerful, but one cleaning fanatic claimed it “works every time.”
Since cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, also known as Sophie Hinchliffe, has been on Instagram, cleaning tips and tricks have become increasingly popular.
There are even Facebook groups where cleaning fanatics share their hacks to make their home spotless.
And the latest hack focuses on removing the stubborn stains from mugs, without the bells and whistles.
In one of those Facebook groups, cleaning fanatic Kay Nixon asked, “Could someone please recommend the best product for tea and coffee stains in cups and teapots… Thanks.”
Lucky for you, Mrs. Hinch fans came to the rescue and shared her quick, easy trick to transforming dirty mugs.
Not only is it an “easy” method, but don’t worry, you don’t have to worry about spending lots of money on fancy cleaning products.
In fact, you only have to spend 42p with this clever hack.
Yes, you heard that right…
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And you probably don’t even need to go to the stores since you most likely already have this item lying around in your closet.
Various techniques have been suggested, but the most popular answers suggested using bleach.
But don’t worry if you don’t already have one at home as you can buy bleach from many high street shops and supermarkets.
Sainsbury’s sells thick citrus bleach for just 50p, Ocado has something for 60p, but the cheapest place you can find it is ASDA at just 42p.
Many cleaning fans have raved about bleach to get rid of stubborn stains.
One person said, “Bleach in cold water is brilliant, great for spoons too.”
Another added: “Yes, squirt bleach and fill a mug with cold water. Leave on for at least an hour and then wash as usual.”
A third commented, “Cheap bleach and cold water works every time.”
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5583985/mrs-hinch-42p-hack-remove-stubborn-stains-mugs/ Mrs Hinch fans share 42p hack to remove stubborn stains from mugs – it works every time without scrubbing