Blot up as much of the coffee as possible with a towel or paper towel, then mix two cups of water, one cup of white vinegar, and a squirt of dish soap. Using a rag, dab the mixture onto the stain until fairly well-saturated. Allow to sit about 20 minutes, then dab with a fresh cloth and rinse with a little cold water.
Blot the area without rubbing the stain further into the fabric. In a bowl, combine ½ teaspoon ammonia, 1 teaspoon vinegar, 4 teaspoons dish soap, and 1 cup of water. Stir until well combined, then dab onto the affected area. Allow it to sit for 10 minutes, then blot with a rag dipped in cold water.
Turn the garment inside out and run cold water over it immediately. Then rub in some laundry detergent; you can use an old toothbrush. In a bucket, combine 4 cups of water with 2 cups of vinegar and ½ capful of laundry detergent. Swish it around and let it soak for a few hours, then launder normally.
Weirdly, tea stains can be erased by light beer. Pour beer onto the stain and blot lightly, then rinse with cold water. Repeat twice, then clean with regular laundry detergent.
Blot up as much of the juice as possible, then pour on a little hydrogen peroxide, and wait one minute. Then, pour a tiny bit of ammonia on the stain. Rinse with cool water.
Salt’s your bestie in this circumstance. Cover the affected area with a thick layer of table salt, and allow it to soak up the wine. Then rinse with boiling water, but be careful not to burn yourself!
Blot up any excess juice, then turn the shirt inside out, and rub the stain with the juice from half a lemon onto the stain. Allow the shirt to sit for 30 minutes, then rinse with cool water and launder normally.
Blot up the beer, then spot-treat your garment with a teaspoon of vinegar stirred into half a cup of rubbing alcohol. Allow the combination to sit for 15 minutes, then launder normally.
The inside of china teacups can get discolored over time, especially if you’re someone who drinks half a cup and then forgets about the tea in the other room for a few hours. However, even the most delicate cups can be easily cleaned: rinse out the inside of a teacup with hot water, then dip a clean rag in a thick paste of baking soda and warm water. Rub the inside of the teacup with the combination, and gently but firmly scrub away the stains. Clean well with dish soap and hot water afterwards.