Removing Coffee Stains
Going to work early in the morning is apart of everyone's weekly schedule and if you are like me, you
need your morning coffee to make it through the day. I am usually in a rush and end up spilling my coffee 9 times out ten in my car and on
my car's interior. On your way to work, you normally hit traffic and have to stop real fast to avoid an accident, which leads to a stain on
the car's interior. There also going to be pot holes that cannot be avoided and end up causing more unnecessary coffee spills.
Well you no longer have to worry about having those brown spots on your upholstery in your
car. Because just like you, I like to keep my car looking in tip top shape and have found some techniques to use to remove those persistent
and extremely hard to clean coffee spots out. The key to removing these coffee stains is cleaning them before they dry.
Here are some methods to help get those unwanted coffee stains out for good
Dip a towel into a beaten egg yolk and rub the towel into the coffee stain. Then rinse the spot
thoroughly with water.
Blot the stain clean from outside to inside, until all the liquid is absorbed. Then sponge the affected area with a mild
liquid dish soap and warm water mixture. Blot dry with a white towel.
Sponge the stained area with 1/3 cup white vinegar and 2/3 cup of warm water mixture. Blot dry with a white towel and then
sponge area with water before blotting the clean area dry with a towel.
Rub alcohol vigorously into the stain, then rinse thoroughly with water.
Blot stain with baby wipes.
Rub beer into the affected area and the stain should disappear.
Use automotive carpet cleaner.
Combine 1 quart of water, Â½ teaspoon of mild soap and 1 tablespoon of vinegar. Then blot the spot with the
Saturate the stain with warm water for at least a half an hour. Then blot dry with a white towel.
Apply shaving cream to lift the coffee stain.
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