Removing Utensil Marks on CorningWare

l have some CorningWare service dishes, with silver utensil marks on them. l have tried BarKeeper's Friend, and it does not do anything. Any other suggestions, otherwise l will have to ditch them.

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October 18, 20170 found this helpful
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You say that Barkeepers Friend did not help - that is usually one of the first suggestions.

  • Baking soda sprinkled on damp dishes and scrubbed with a non-abrasive pad or sponge usually will remove most of these marks.
  • Baking powder is actually milder than Barkeepers Friend but one of these usually does clean marks off CorningWare dishes.
  • You might try CorningWare's trademark cleaner as it is supposed to remove stains and marks.
  • Its possible the cleanser made for ceramic top stoves would work as they are made of similar material.
  • Both of these cleansers can be purchased at Wal Mart type stores or on line.
  • Here is a site that has some other suggestions.
  • www.leaf.tv/.../
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October 18, 20170 found this helpful

You probably have scratches. Try a magic eraser

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May 29, 20180 found this helpful

After not much success with BKF and a plastic scrubbie, BKF with a magic eraser worked fairly well

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August 8, 20180 found this helpful

are not magic erasers toxic

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August 8, 20180 found this helpful

They are listed as non-toxic. They are made from a melamine foam, a similar material to hard plastic dishes. It works as an abrasive, like fine sandpaper. Here is a wikipedia article about the material.

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en.wikipedia.org/.../Melamine_foam

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