1. Removing tea deposits from metal:
- Mix equal parts of baking soda and water to make a paste.
- Apply the paste to the metal with a soft cloth or sponge.
- Rub gently in circular motions.
- Rinse with warm water and dry the metal thoroughly.
2. Remove tea deposits from a Thermos flask:
- Fill the thermos with a mixture of white vinegar and warm water.
- Leave it on for a few hours, or even overnight for stubborn stains.
- Then rinse the thermos bottle thoroughly.
3. Removing tea deposits from plastic:
- Make a mixture of equal parts baking soda and water.
- Apply the mixture to the plastic and let it sit for a few hours.
- Use a soft brush to gently scrub the plastic.
- Rinse with warm water.
4. Removing Tea Deposits from Glass:
- Rub the glass with a cloth dipped in white vinegar.
- Let it soak in for a few minutes.
- Then rinse the glass with warm water.
- For stubborn stains, a mixture of salt and vinegar can also be effective.
5. Remove Tea Deposits from Plastic Cups:
- Fill the cup with a mixture of warm water and a few drops of dish soap.
- Add a tablespoon of baking powder.
- Let the mixture sit in the cup for a few hours.
- Use a soft brush to scrub the inside of the cup.
- Rinse thoroughly with warm water.