Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Teapot spout stains

I do like my cups of tea and mainly use tea bags but every now and then I like to make a pot of tea, seems to turn having a cup of into something special.   Irish Breakfast is my favourite.

 One thing I find is that after a while the tea leaves stains in the cups and teapot too.  I usually turn to good old trusty bicarb soda to get rid of the tea stains which always works a treat.  Come to think of it bicarb soda is great for lots of things like deodorizing the carpet, cleaning the toilet and many more things I'm sure everyone knows about.

As I was cleaning the teapot the other day I was frustrated as I couldn't get the spout clean.  Light bulb moment...use a dampened cotton wool bud/tip dipped in bicarb, a little scrubbing and voila, a clean teapot spout.


It's gross isn't it?!

Nice clean teapot.


On to other things.  I'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who has left comments about hubby's French clock.  He was really chuffed.

Before I go I can't resist posting a photo of Sophie using hubby's feet as a head rest, SOOOO CUTE!

Notice the dog hair on hubby's work socks, no amount of vacuuming can remove it totally.  :(   Hubby is in outside work trousers as he has started working on the second side of the drystone wall down the front driveway.  A subject for another post.

Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to read my blog.

Anne  xx

4 comments:

Helsie said...

What a good solution to the teapot problem. It certainly looks better!!!

Claire said...

Must try this, I am a teapot and tea leaf drinker and the spouts could do with a good clean...
Sophie looks soooo comfortable there,a gorgeous pic Anne....

Claire x

GardenofDaisies said...

Oh my, who knew they got so stained in there... I've always figured just a little swish now and then with good hot soapy water did the trick. But I guess not. I guess it's time for me to give all mine a good scrub with baking soda too.

Little Blue Mouse said...

It looks as good as new now!