How to Clean Coffee Stains From a Glass Coffee Pot
A glass coffee pot can give your kitchen a sleek and modern feel, but with its transparent body, coffee residue and stains can become too noticeable. Keeping your pot stain-free is extremely important, and can be easily done with a few simple steps.
What You Will Need:
- Baking soda
- Coffee mug (to use as a brush for scrubbing)
Step 1: Make a paste.
Mix together equal parts of baking soda and vinegar until you create a paste. You can adjust the amounts if necessary based on the size of the stains. Baking soda and vinegar are natural cleaning agents and they can help you remove those nasty stains without harsh chemicals.
Step 2: Apply the paste to the stain.
Spread the paste onto the stains on the inside and outside of your glass pot. Allow it to sit and work its magic for a good 15 to 20 minutes. The paste will loosen up the stains and make it easier to remove them.
Step 3: Scrub away.
Using a coffee mug – to avoid damaging the pot – start scrubbing away the stains. Rinse the sponge often to help remove the stains. Keep scrubbing until the stains have been cleaned away. This may take some time depending on the size and severity of the stains.
Step 4: Rinse and shine.
Once you have scrubbed away the stains, rinse the entire pot with warm water and a sponge. Then, take a clean towel and dry the entire pot. This will help remove any remaining residue from the vinegar and baking soda.
Cleaning coffee stains from a glass coffee pot is simple, and with just a few simple ingredients, you can easily and quickly get your pot looking brand new. With this method, you can avoid using harsh chemicals to clean the pot and keep your kitchen looking great.