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      Tea stains on tea spoons

      How do I clean the stains off them?

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      Damsel Diva DietCoke
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      I stick mine in a mug with cold water and a splash of bleach.

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      Damsel Diva moonie
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      Could you do that in tea stained cups as well?

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      wannabe noo noo
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      baby bottle sterilising tablets - will work a treat with your cups too moonie - and no taint or hint of poisioning as with bleach!

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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      I think it may be bleach. Thanks.

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      Damsel Diva
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      I just wipe/scrub mine with one of those sponges (you know the ones sponge on bottom and scourer type on top) works fine and gets a nice shine without yuckky smell of bleach

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      Damsel Diva sugarpops
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      I always use bleach for tea cup stains/teaspoons.





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      SMOO
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      Oxy Vanish (the pink tub of powder) I've used this to remove tea stains from cups before too - works a treat.

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      Housework Dodging Damsel Rosebud
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      Quote Originally Posted by sapphire
      I just wipe/scrub mine with one of those sponges (you know the ones sponge on bottom and scourer type on top) works fine and gets a nice shine without yuckky smell of bleach
      WSS

      I only use bleach very, very occasionally as i am paranoid that i haven't washed them properly afterwards and will poison myself

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      ***inca***
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      Quote Originally Posted by DietCoke
      I stick mine in a mug with cold water and a splash of bleach.
      Me too, they come up all sparkly.

      I do it with cups too

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      Damsel Diva moonie
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      Quote Originally Posted by Chickpea
      Oxy Vanish (the pink tub of powder) I've used this to remove tea stains from cups before too - works a treat.
      Oooh, I have some of that lurking in the cupboard. Will give it a try. My tea cup is rank, I don't wash it very often

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      Slightly-Used-Damsel The New Girl
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      I always use bleach!
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      I always use bleach too.

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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      Quote Originally Posted by ***inca***
      Me too, they come up all sparkly.

      I do it with cups too
      me too, i just wash tehm really well afterwards and no hint of bleach


      DUE IN OCTOBER

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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      I'm with Noo Noo I use a teeny bit of Milton and they come up like new

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      President HBHB elliesha
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      Bleach for me too!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do both at once, fill mugs with water and bleach and pop in the spoons











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      Razzle Dazzle Damsel Sazzle
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      Re: Tea stains on tea spoons

      Elbow grease
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