Ah, the joys of domestic life...
You know you've found THAT mug, the one that had been forgotten about for...oh...a week or so. Someone left it out on the deck, in the basement, on the workbench in the garage- with about three sips of coffee or tea still lingering in the bottom.
|Typical stained coffee mug|
Oh, it's funky all right, and once you finally dump out that nasty liquid, you can bet your boots that the mug is going to be badly ringed and stained.
Sure, you can TRY to run it through the dishwasher, but let's get real. This baby is going to need a little elbow grease.
|Coffee rings around the sides and bottom have got to GO!|
|Baking soda is one of the most useful household cleansers.|
|Stained mugs, about to be de-funkified.|
|Bleh. No one wants to see icky stains in their mug.|
|Add a few drops of water to the baking soda to create a paste.|
Once your stains have been removed, simply rinse the mugs with water and they're ready to go!