How to Get Stains Out of a Glass Coffee Pot
You can all relate to enjoying a hot cup of joe from the comfort of your own home, but coffee residue and stains may build up overtime, making it difficult to get the coffee pot looking its best. Here are some helpful tips to help you remove stains from a glass coffee pot:
- Mix baking soda, vinegar and water: Start by creating a stain-fighting solution. Fill the pot with equal parts of water, baking soda and white vinegar. Instead of baking soda, you can also use lemon juice.
- Boiling: Put it back on the stove and bring the solution to a boil. Leave it boiling for 5-10 minutes.
- The final step: Take off the heat and let it soak. After it cools down, pour out the contents. Rinse the pot with warm water and any residue should have disappeared.
Soap and Water
- Bring it to a boil: Start by bringing the coffee pot to a boil with water and a mild soap, let it sit for 10 minutes.
- Scrub it: Take a soft sponge or cloth and scrub the interior and exterior of the pot. Use a toothbrush to clean the spout. Use baking soda as a mild abrasive to remove hard to clean stains.
- Rinse the pot: Rinse the pot with warm water. You can repeat the cleaning procedure with a 50/50 solution of water and white vinegar.
Getting your glass coffee pot free from stains and residue doesn’t have to be a time consuming task. Utilize any of the methods above and take pride in the sparkling clean finish of your favourite coffee pot.