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  • Liz Lathrop

    Get Rid of Coffee Stains in Your Thermos. Cleans water bottles, camel bags, and vases too.

  • Inga Zulu

    Get Rid of Coffee Stains in Your Thermos with denture cleaner tablets.

  • Jackie Huston

    Field & Stream Camping Tips: Get Rid of Coffee Stains in Your Thermos. I buy generic-type denture cleanser tablets from the store (they usually come in a box of 90), and use them to clean my stainless-steel thermos. Fill up your thermos with warm water, and add a couple of the tablets. Allow them to fizz for about 15 minutes. Dump out the solution, and clean with soapy water and a bottle brush, then rinse. You may need to repeat the process for heavy stains.

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