How to remove dirt from tea cups or glass tea water bottle

- Jun 28, 2019-

How to remove dirt from tea cups or glass tea water bottle


Many people like to drink tea, but the dirt on the tea cup or glass tea water bottle is difficult to remove. The dirt on the inner wall of the tea set contains cadmium, lead, iron, arsenic, mercury and other metal substances. These substances are brought into the body when drinking tea, and combine with protein, fat and vitamins in food to form insoluble precipitation, which hinders the absorption of nutrients. At the same time, these oxides into the body will also cause neurological, digestive, urinary and hematopoietic system lesions and functional disorders, especially arsenic, cadmium can cause cancer, cause fetal malformations, and endanger health.

Therefore, those who have the habit of drinking tea should often clean the tea dirt on the inner wall of the tea set in time. In order to let you stop worrying about it, here are some methods of removing tea scales.

 

1. Remove the scales on metal tea infuser / filter. When metal tea infusers / filters are used, they will become black because of the scales. If medium-sized detergents are not washable, they can be soaked in vinegar or bleached easily.

2. Remove the dirt on the tea cup or glass tea water bottle. If the tea cup or tea glass water bottle is used for a long time, it will be rubbed by a large amount of dirt, dipped in salt with a sponge, and can be easily removed.

3. To remove small pieces of tea scale, tea cups or tea water bottles can be immersed in the solution of bleaching agent or cleaning powder, and placed overnight, tea scale can be removed.

4. Degrease the skin of potatoes. Put the potato skin in the cup, then put in boiling water, cover it, tighten it for 5 to 10 minutes, shake it up and down a few times, and remove the tea dirt.

5. Soak tea cups or tea glass water bottles in diluted sour vinegar for 30 minutes and they will shine like new. Delicate tea sets and glass tea water bottles can be wiped with cloth dipped in vinegar, where the fingers can not reach, and can be wiped lightly with a solution of vinegar and salt mixed with a soft toothbrush.