how to clean stains out of a glass coffee pot

Cleaning Stains from a Glass Coffee Pot

To keep your glass coffee pot in pristine condition, regular cleaning and maintenance is necessary to remove accumulated residue and stains. This can be achieved quickly and easily with some simple tips and tools.

What you need

  • Baking Soda
  • White Vinegar
  • Soft, Non-Abrasive Cloth
  • Bar Keeper’s Friend (optional)
  • Water

Step 1: Baking Soda and White Vinegar Method

Using a combination of baking soda and white vinegar is an effective way to loosen accumulated stains from your glass coffee pot. To begin, fill your glass coffee pot with one cup of white vinegar. Next, add one tablespoon of baking soda. Put the lid on your pot, shake it vigourously to ensure the ingredients evenly mix, and then let the mixture sit for at least 30 minutes. When you open the lid, the stains should have loosened and faded.

Step 2: Non-Abrasive Cloth

Once the stains have been loosened, you will need to scrub them with a non-abrasive soft cloth. You may need to use some elbow grease, but be sure to rub gently so as to not scratch the surface of your pot. If your stains are stubborn, you can use Bar Keeper’s Friend to help more effectively remove them.

Step 3: Rinse and Dry

Once the stains have been scrubbed away, you’ll need to rinse your pot with warm water to remove any remaining residue. Don’t forget to also clean your pot’s lid. Finally, dry your glass coffee pot with a soft, lint-free cloth.


By following these steps, you can remove difficult stains from your glass coffee pot. Taking good care to regularly clean it and maintain it in top condition will ensure your coffee pot will last longer and work better.

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