There's a super simple way to remove coffee and water rings from your table – you have everything you need at home

WHEN it comes to keeping our furniture and appliances stain-free, many of us have trouble succeeding.

Cold drinks leave water rings on our tables, kids leave fingerprints all over screens, and shampoo causes mildew to build on shower doors.

One life hack expert named Armen Adamjan, who goes by @creative_explained on TikTok, said he has solutions to all these problems and more.


A cold glass of water or a hot cup of coffee often leaves behind cup rings on our wooden tables.

To remove them, Armen said to place a damp cloth over the stain and then iron the cloth out.

Within seconds, the mark disappeared.


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To remove the food and boiling water stains that collect on stove tops, Armen said:

“Just sprinkle some baking soda, add some fresh lemon juice, and watch it sizzle.”

After letting it sit for a few minutes, scrub it down with a wet paper towel.


If you have little kids around, or if you make the mistake of touching your television or laptop screen frequently, you know how dirty these surfaces can look.

Armen’s solution to this problem is a bit bizarre.

There's a super simple way to remove coffee and water rings from your table – you have everything you need at home

“Dip a tea bag in water, rub it on the screen, and then wipe it off with a coffee filter.”


As for your bathroom, it’s important to target your shower head.

All you need to do is pour white vinegar in a Ziplock bag and secure the bag around the shower head with a rubber band.

After an hour, you’ll see all the gunk collecting in the vinegar.

“Works on sink faucets too,” he added.


While you’re in the bathroom, you’ll want to clean off those hard water stains on chrome surfaces like your faucet handle.

“Soak a paper towel in vinegar, place it over the surface, let it sit for a little bit, and boom.”

The chrome sparkled like new.


Those white, ugly stains that build on glass shower doors can be wiped off with Armen’s creative solution.

“Fill up a spray bottle with vinegar and spray the glass.

“Let it sit for 10 minutes then throw on some baking soda.

“Put some salt on half a lemon like this.”

Use the lemon to scrub the glass before wiping it down clean.


Heading back to the kitchen, you’ll want to clean your oven racks.

Mix baking soda, lemon juice, and vinegar so that it has a paste-like consistency.

Next, apply this onto the rack and let it sit for an hour.

All the guck will slide right off.

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