When it’s the last resort to fix a bad day, there is nothing better than a warm cup of Thai tea. But you know what’s even better than that? Cleaning your socks with hot water, soap and a tea bag!
5 Easy Ways to Clean Thai Tea Sock, including mixing it with vinegar to remove the color from the fabric
If you’ve been enjoying your Thai tea sock, but noticed it’s starting to turn brown and doesn’t look as fresh as it used to, now is the time to clean it! Here are 5 easy ways to clean your Thai tea sock:
1. Mix equal parts vinegar and water to create a solution and pour it onto the sock. Leave it on for 30 minutes and then rinse off with cold water.
2. Dishwashing liquid can also be used as a cleaning agent. Just put the sock in a mesh bag and pour the cleaning liquid onto the sock. Hold the mesh bag closed with one hand while using the other hand to agitate the liquid around the sock for about 15 minutes. Then rinse off with cold water.
3. Use a vacuum cleaner to suck up all of the dirt and dust from inside of the sock. Make sure you keep the detachable hose attached so that no dirt or dust goes unchecked.
4. If washing is not an option, try rinsing it with boiled water and honey; this will help remove unwanted colors from fabric too.
5. If none of these methods work, simply dry the sock out completely by placing it in direct sunlight or on a high fire until
How To Make a Homemade Laundry Soap
If you love Thai tea as much as we do, you’re going to love this easy recipe for making your own laundry soap! Just mix one cup of baking soda with enough water to make a thick paste, then add your favorite oil (vegetable, olive, or castor) and fragrance. We like lavender and Frankincense together, but any combination will work great. Store your soap in an airtight container in a cool place to keep it bacteria-free.
How To Unblock Drip Irons and Cooktops
If your drip coffee or Thai tea is mysteriously not getting to your pot as easily as it used to, it may be time to take a closer look at the parts of your appliance. Drip irons and cooktops are often clogged with dried-up food particles and other built-up stuff, which can make them difficult to use. Here’s how to unblock them and get those pots and pans cooking like new again:
1. Remove any obstructions from the holes on the sides of the pot or pan by using a plunger. Make sure the opening is large enough for water to flow freely; if it’s not, you’ll have to improvise.
2. Pour a small amount of boiling water onto the obstruction, making sure the hot water doesn’t touch the sides of the pan or pot. Reach into the pipe slowly with a tongs or kitchen tweezers, and quickly pull out whatever’s causing the clog. Don’t try to clear it with your hands, as this will only make things worse.
3. Repeat steps one and two until all obstruction has been removed. Be aware that soap will cause some surfaces (like aluminum) to become slippery, so use caution when
How To Remove Stains From Your Dishwashe
If you have tea sock troubles, follow these steps to remove stains:
1. Fill a bowl with cold water and add in a tablespoon of vinegar. Swish the tea sock around in the water and let it sit for a few minutes.
2. Gently pour the mixture over the stain and let it sit for about 10 minutes.
3. Rinse the area with cold water and clothes washing soap. Scrub until the stain is gone.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 if necessary.
Frequenty Asked Questions
How Do I Clean My Thai Tea Socks?
Pitipat Sarsee-Saruwat recommends washing them inside out, keeping the temperature on cold water and very light hand pressure or machine washes.
Here is a quick guide to cleaning your Thai Tea Socks.
How Long Does It Take To Clean A Thai Tea Sock?
It depends, but generally it would take about 45 seconds per sock.
You can clean your Thai Tea Sock in the washer. The average length of a wash cycle is 30 minutes.
How Do I Clean My Thai Tea Socks?
Simply wash them on a gentle cycle taking care not to spin the socks. Air dry separately and then they will be ready for their next use.
We recommend washing your socks at hand and spin to dry.
Does It Work For White Socks?
We guarantee that our How To Clean Thai Tea Sock works on all types of socks. All you have to do is apply regular strength soap, hand wash with warm water, and then rinse well.
The tea stained Thai socks in our photo shown was a black sock. This product would work for the tea stained black or white socks.
How Can I Clean My Thai Tea Sock?
To clean a Thai Tea Sock, hold it under warm running water, rinse and allow to air dry.
Please refer to the instructions found in your packaging for any further information.