Have you ever spilled coffee on your favorite dress or a table-cloth? Are you still trying to get rid of that stain? Well you are in the right place! Coffee stains can be stubborn and if allowed to set can be nearly impossible to get it removed. Using these simple items on a fresh coffee stain will help get the stain out before it sets in:




Have you ever thought of club soda as a stain remover? Well, this works just great! Make sure you first blot the coffee stain with a paper towel and avoid rubbing it as it may spread the stain. Pour club soda liberally on the stain until the stain has vanished. This method can be used anywhere on table-cloth, rug, your outfit etc.


Vinegar works wonders in clearing the stains on your cloth, table-cloth, rug, apron etc. all you need to do is saturate the stain with vinegar for half an hour before putting it in the washing machine. For large stains you may want to soak the cloth overnight in a solution of 3 parts vinegar to one part cold water before washing.

  • BEER:

Using Beer seems to be the quickest way in removing coffee stains. You can literally lift out the coffee stain by pouring a bit of beer on it. Rub the beer lightly into the material, and the stain should vanish. You may have to repeat the process a couple of times to remove all traces of the stain.


Whenever you spill coffee on a cloth, make sure you blot it immediately with baby wipes. Baby wipes absorbs both the liquid and the stain.


Yes! Egg yolk can be used as a stain remover and many people swear by it. beat an egg yolk and work into the coffee stain with a cloth towel for about a minute. Rinse it thoroughly with water and the stain should be gone.


This is the most common method after vinegar used to clear stains. Baking soda can be used to remove coffee stains from china bone cups and saucers. All you need to do is dip moist cotton in baking soda and rub the stained area for about a minute. Rinse and wash the cup/saucer.

  • SALT:

The unattractive rings on tea cups or coffee pots can be easily scrubbed away by using salt. Sprinkle salt on the coffee stain rings and rub it. If the stain doesn’t come off completely, mix white vinegar with salt in equal proportions and rub it on top of the stain by using cotton ball.

Now that you know exactly how to remove the coffee stains, you can have your cup of coffee without any need to worry about its spilling! Happy brewing!