- With a cattleya pattern design spoon, you can stir coffee and make hoot coffee cool soon
- Cute cattleya pattern coffee cup set design makes it more special and more beautiful
- Flat saucer with beautiful cattleya can be firmly on the desk that you can place the cup into it
- Made of enamel porcelain material which ensures it more durable
- Comfortable hand touch when you hold the handle
- This Coffee Cups Saucers and spoon set would make a charming addition to any home
- A perfect gift for a bridal or baby shower or to enjoy a wonderful High Tea with the ladies
- Material: Enamel Porcelain
- Cup Size: 7.5 x 7.5 x 7.5cm / 3.0 x 3.0 x 3.0in (L x W x H)
- Saucer Size: 14 x 11 x 2cm / 5.5 x 4.3 x 0.8in (L x W x H)
- Spoon Length: 12cm / 4.7in
- Color: Green & White
- Capacity: 180ml / 6.1oz
- Beautiful Spring colors, provides an elegant shine when serving your favorite coffee or espresso
- Graceful floral ornamentation, and rich feminine colors, with a style and elegance that are uniquely English
- The cups also provide low profiles and generously sized handles that allow for sipping with ease
How to Clean Coffee Cup Stains
Rinsing the coffee cup after you've finished drinking your morning beverage will help prevent dark stains from accumulating on the inside of the cup. Abandoning a half-finished mug of coffee and allowing it to set for hours leaves behind unattractive stains that are virtually impossible to remove by just putting the cup through a normal dishwasher cycle. You don't have to resign yourself to a collection of cups ringed with brown stains; it's easy to brighten coffee cups and remove those rings.
- Hold a clean, soft dishcloth under warm running water until it is thoroughly soaked.
- Squeeze out all the excess water, so that the dishcloth is damp and not soaking.
- Liberally sprinkle baking soda on the damp cloth.
- Scrub the coffee stains with the baking soda-covered cloth, until all the stains are removed.
- Rinse the coffee cup with warm water to remove the baking soda residue.
- Mix 1 tablespoon chlorine bleach with 1 quart of warm water, if the coffee stain persists.
- Pour the solution into the cup, so that the stain line is covered with the bleach solution. Allow it to set for about an hour.
- Pour out the bleach solution and rinse the cup with warm, clean water.
- Tips & Warnings
- You can use water softener instead of baking soda.
- Abrasive scrub sponges are often used to clean away coffee stains, but they can scratch the surfaces of some dishware.
- 1 x Coffee Cup
- 1 x Saucer
- 1 x Spoon