How to Remove Stains from a Glass Coffee Pot
It is inevitable that coffee stains will build up over time on the inside of a glass coffee pot. The good news is that removing them is a simple task with the right supplies and techniques. Here is a step-by-step guide to quickly and effectively clean out those coffee stains.
What you will need:
- Household Ammonia
- Small brush (such as a toothbrush)
- Mild detergent
- Warm water
- Soft cloth
Steps to Cleaning:
- Fill the coffeepot halfway with warm water and add ¼ cup of household ammonia.
- Let the solution sit in the coffeepot for at least five minutes, then let it sit for a few hours if there are heavy, baked-on stains.
- To agitate the solution, use the small brush to scrub away any remaining stains.
- Empty the coffeepot and rinse it out with warm water.
- Fill the pot with warm water and a mild detergent, and scrub the inner surface to completely remove any remaining stains.
- Rinse the coffeepot with warm water, and then dry it thoroughly with a soft cloth.
By following these steps, you can have your glass coffee pot looking like new in no time. Whether you have minor stains from occasional use or more serious, baked-on stains from frequent use, these cleaning tips can help restore your glass coffee pot.