How to Remove Coffee or Wine Stains from your Granite Countertop!

Coffee stains are a real fear for anyone with a light colored countertop.

Coffee stains are a real fear for anyone with a light colored countertop.

Coffee and red wine can leave stains on any light colored surface including light colored granite, but do not despair, all is not lost! Today we are going to reveal a very easy way to remove these pesky stains with common house hold products.

You will need flour, dish soap, water, cling wrap, tape, a bowl and something to mix with such as a spoon or popsicle stick.

Tools

You will need:

1 cup of flour

3 tablespoons of dish soap

Water

Cling wrap

Tape

A bowl

A spoon

Directions:

1. Combine flour, dish soap and small amounts of water into a paste.

Combine flour, water and dish soap into a paste.

Your mixture should become a paste.

2. Spread mixture over stained area on your countertop.

Spread the mixture over the stain.

Cover the stain entirely.

3. Cover mixture and stain with cling wrap and tape the sides down so that it is air tight.

Cover the mixture and stain with cling wrap.

Waiting is the worse part!

4. Wait over night.

5. In the morning, remove the cling wrap and tape.

Remove the clear wrap and tape.

The stain will absorb into the mixture!

6. Wipe off the paste.

Wipe off the remainder of the mixture to reveal a clean countertop.

Its like magic!

7. Marvel at your beautifully clean and restored countertop!

Once the mixture is removed  the stain has disappeared!

Once the mixture is removed the stain has disappeared!

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