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Tea Away
3.4 stars out of 5 based on 5 reviews.

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does NOT work on chinaby Mrs Penney

1 stars out of 5

Tea Away

I don't know where I am going wrong but this product does not work on china mugs no matter how long they are in soak. I would give it 0 stars if it was possible.

Published 28 08 2014

A note from the team: Thanks for taking the time to write your review. I'm sorry that it hadn't worked for you, I'll be in touch shortly to help.

Not good for Melamineby Mary

1 stars out of 5

Tea Away

The label says this is for melamine and other items so I thought it would clean my melamine picnic cups. After two long soakings it has made almost no difference to the tea staining. It may well be very effective on china and stainless steel but not on melamine as described. When one could buy loose dishwasher powder instead of tablets, a teaspoon of that in water overnight did the job brilliantly. Any chance of selling that instead, Lakeland?

Published 11 08 2014

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This stuff works!by Bec

5 stars out of 5

Tea Away

used this on my stainless steel flask which was basically black inside, left it overnight and it is like brand new again. It just rinsed off, brilliant, highly recommend

Published 11 08 2014

WG - Hantsby Miss WENDY GILLIARD

5 stars out of 5

Tea Away

Expensive but this is brilliant. For many years I have used Bi carbonate of Soda which used to be very effective but in recent years has not done the job. Don't ever stop stocking it.

Published 02 06 2014

Can't fault itby Jo

5 stars out of 5

Tea Away

I drink my tea strong, and I mean STRONG. So my teapot and mugs all have a tea coloured tinge to them, no matter how much they're washed. No more I soaked my worst stained mug in this overnight (simply put a teapoon of granules in the mug then fill with boiling water) then washed as normal in the morning. Mug is now spotless for the first time. I can't rate this highly enough

Published 04 02 2014

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