MORE CUPS OF KIND­NESS

Herald Sun - - NEWS -

IF you’ve tried all the ideas in last Tues­day’s col­umn for clean­ing stained cups and struck out, here’s a cou­ple more tips from read­ers.

El­iza from Morn­ing­ton uses a $14-a-tub cream cleaner con­tain­ing bi­carb, co­conut soap and or­ange oil from the health shop.

“I have in the past used bi­carb alone, which works quite well for light stains, and cream cleansers, but nei­ther have left the china look­ing as good, with some leav­ing the in­side of the cups look­ing matt,” she says.

And sev­eral read­ers say clean­ing erasers, also known as magic erasers or mir­a­cle erasers, work ev­ery time.

“They are great for clean­ing marks off walls and residue left by sticky la­bels, but mostly I use them all the time on my mugs and cups and they come up sparkling ev­ery time,” says Jenny from Tassie.

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