How to Clean Glass Coffee Pot Stains
Every morning, the smell of freshly brewed coffee comforts us. But, no one looks forward to the hassle of cleaning out the stained glass pot afterward. Coffee stains can be stubborn and difficult to get rid of; however, there are several simple methods to help clean off the unwanted buildup.
Method 1: Natural Ingredients
One of the simplest and cheapest solutions for removing coffee stains from a glass pot is natural ingredients.
- Combine a half cup of vinegar and two tablespoons of baking soda in the glass coffee maker.
- After it stops bubbling, pour into a bowl and rinse out the glass pot.
- For extra cleaning power, scrub with a soft-bristled brush and rinse out with water
Method 2: Baking Soda Paste
- Mix enough baking soda with a bit of water to make a paste.
- Apply the paste to the glass coffee pot and let sit for 10-15 minutes
- Scrub off the paste with a sponge or soft-bristled brush and rinse out with water
Method 3: Use Lemon Juice
- Cut a lemon in half, then squeeze the juice into the stained glass coffee pot.
- Let the lemon juice sit for at least 10 minutes.
- If the stain remains, add baking soda to the lemon juice and scrub with a sponge or soft-bristled brush. Rinse out with water.
No one looks forward to the hassle of cleaning a glass coffee pot stained with coffee residue. However, with these easy solutions, the glass pot can be easily cleaned with natural ingredients, baking soda paste and lemon juice.