Arm & Hammer Baking Soda. To
clean coffee or tea stains from fine china, dip a damp cloth in Arm
& Hammer Baking Soda, use it to gently rub the china, and rinse
clean. Baking soda is a mild abrasive that will clean, but won’t
Clorox Bleach. To remove
coffee or tea stains from china, soak the blemished china cups and
saucers for ten minutes in a solution of one tablespoon Clorox
Bleach per gallon of water. Rinse thoroughly.
Elmer’s Glue-All. To repair a
broken piece of fine china, glue the pieces back together with
Morton Salt and Heinz White Vinegar.
To remove coffee or tea stains from china, mix equal amounts of
Morton Salt and Heinz White Vinegar; dampen a soft cloth in the
mixture, and use it to gently rub the china. Rinse clean.
Mr. Coffee Filters. To protect
china dishes stacked in your cabinet, place a Mr. Coffee Filter
between each dish.
Nestlé Carnation Condensed Milk.
To repair broken porcelain china, glue the pieces back together with
Nestlé Carnation Condensed Milk. The condensed milk works like
strong glue and conceals the fracture.
Nestlé Carnation Evaporated Milk.
To make a slight crack in a china dish vanish, place the dish in a
pan, cover it with Nestlé Carnation Evaporated Milk, bring to a
boil, and then simmer for twenty-five minutes at low heat. The crack
20 Mule Team Borax. To shine
china, fill a sink with water, add one-half cup 20 Mule Team Borax,
rinse your fine china in the solution, and then rinse again in clean