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By Kate 06/14/2010
Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is amazing ~ no soaking or scrubbing required.
By Patti (Guest Post)01/11/2009
Try Bright Boy Metal Polish. I bought some at the grocery, and it's quick and easy.
By KADEGIRL AT NETSCAPE.COM (Guest Post)06/29/2008
How do i get tea stains and other marks off my flatware and stainless pots and pans? Please reply, thanks.
By Mindy (Guest Post)07/14/2007
I used Lemi Shine and it works great. We have hard water and were advised to get a water softener. In the last ten years we have gone through 3 water heaters. Took the softener off and our silverware and the inside of our stainless steel dishwasher looked horrible. Used Lemi shine and my troubles are over.
By Charlotte (Guest Post)08/24/2006
Will this work for silver flatware?
By Rene (Guest Post)02/03/2006
Use Lemi Shine. You can find it in the dishwashing aisle. My sister was going to throw out her glasses and everything that had spots on it. It was so bad I wouldn't use my dishwasher because I didn't want my stuff looking like hers. Somebody told her about Lemi Shine and I was shocked when she showed me her dishes. They looked like brand new.
By Julie (Guest Post)06/30/2004
Water spots are generally left when your dishwasher doesn't dry enough after a cycle. Most people use Jet Dry to help this but I used to have an old dishwasher that did not have a place for the product. Take all of the spotted flatwear and put in a shallow pan or drain pan. Pour white vinegar over all covering all pieces. Leave on at least five minutes. Rinse well under hot water and dry well with a clean towel one at a time. When you wash dishes in future, pour 2 cups white vinegar in the rinse cycle and remove flatwear when the dry cycle ends. Dry well and you should not have any more problems. Good Luck.
By Teddie (Guest Post)06/29/2004
Try adding vinegar to the rinse cycle.
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