It’s inevitable. You use the same mug filled with coffee morning after morning and pretty soon, stains starts to appear. Sometimes you wash your cup right away, sometimes you don’t (that would be me!), but you’re bound to start noticing those dreaded marks circling around the inside of your mug. Marks that don’t just disappear with regular soap and water.
But with some baking soda and water (and a little elbow grease), they can come out easily. It’s natural, super effective and cheap. Yep!
What you’ll need:
1 teaspoon of baking soda
1/2 teaspoon coarse or sea salt (optional)
Soft, damp cloth
Rinse the cup with water, so the baking soda has something to stick to.
Sprinkle the baking soda and salt in the cup.
Take the cloth and scrub the inside of the cup until completely clean.
Rinse and done.