Gray Marks on White Dishes

My white dishes have gray marks from silverware. I believe from hubby cutting his steaks. How do I remove them?

Colleen from Cincinnati, OH

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November 30, 20060 found this helpful

I would by Barkeepers Friend and try that on there. It is in a gold colored can and is a powder. I bought a slow cooker that had a white removable crock and it specifically told me to use that to clean any marks from the dish. It is not abrasive so it shouldn't harm your dishes.

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November 30, 20060 found this helpful

Use the special cleaner for smooth cooktops.

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December 2, 20060 found this helpful

I finally found the bottle in the back of a shelf!!

Its the

Pfaltzgraf stoneware and crystal cleaner.

Can't recall where it was purchased.

Made specifically to remove the gray marks from dishes (someone once told me these are actually a chemical reaction).

Corning Ware may sell something similar.

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September 19, 2011 Flag

How do I remove ceramic marring, black-gray marks, on light-colored surfaces, usually plates?

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September 21, 20110 found this helpful

Silverware marks on dishes can be removed by lightly rubbing with Bartender's Friend. I used it on Franciscan dinnerware for years and now on Mikassa.

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September 21, 20110 found this helpful

Try rubbing with Glue Be Gone on a soft paper towel. Glue Be Gone is used to remove sticky residue from glass and plastic. But I have also used it to remove expiration dates and other data on the bottom of glass or plastic containers. It only costs $1.00 at dollar stores, so I buy several bottles at a time to ensure it's available when I need it.

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