Removing Food Stains From White CorningWare

How can I get the worn in food stains out of my White CorningWare Baking Dish.

Ruth from Harlingen, TX

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By czechlady (Guest Post)
September 15, 20070 found this helpful

I have used a small amt of household bleach, using a sponge or just my fingers to swish the bleach onto the stain/stains. Letting the bleach remain on the stain for awhile. Then rinse with hot water and wa la the stain is gone. This works for me.

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By Donna J. (Guest Post)
September 18, 20070 found this helpful

I have great results using soft scrub, just pour a small amount on spot , I use a sponge and wipe marks away. Good luck.

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September 21, 20170 found this helpful

I had brownish scuff marks on a large baking pan. Used BonAmi and it removed a majority of them.

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September 18, 20070 found this helpful

Maybe wet the spot and sprinkle some Coment cleanser. Let it set for a while and then rinse and see if the stain is gone.

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You might also try Bon Ami or Zud. You might also try corning's website to see if they have any care info there.

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March 20, 20180 found this helpful

I used Zud and a small piece of the original Magic Eraser. I sprinkled the Zud in the piece of Corningware, added a small amount of water to make a paste, then scrubbed the Corningware with the piece of Magic Eraser. Then rinse well . Works like magic!!!

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By rabbit10mom (Guest Post)
September 18, 20070 found this helpful

If your CorningWare is heavily stained, I've had great success putting the dish on the stove top and adding enough water to cover the stains. Boil the water and add a squirt of dishwasher detergent. When the water comes to a boil, add a small amount of chlorine bleach (a tablespoon or two depending on the size of the dish).

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Continue to boil until the stains are gone. This usually takes just a few minutes. If you have several small dishes, put all of them in a larger CorningWare dish and follow the same procedure.

To avoid the stains from stainless and silver ware, always use wooden or nylon spoons in these dishes. Saves a lot of work for you.

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September 18, 20070 found this helpful

Leave the dishes in the oven next time you run the self-cleaning oven cycle. My grandmother said that all the old stain was just a bit of powdery ash that blew away, and the dish was back to white again. If you don't have the self-cleaning feature, ask around your friends.

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September 18, 20070 found this helpful

Try putting a Bounce Dryer Sheet in the dish and pour hot water over it. Let soak over night and should take the food

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off of it. Works with pans, why not with Corning Ware?
It won't leave scratches on it.
Pat in GA

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January 30, 20180 found this helpful

Hello, I'm trying your suggestion and you also mention 'pans.'

I have a problem with the inside bottom of saucepans - would this work on that.

Thanks, Deborah

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September 18, 20070 found this helpful

Corningware sells a cleaner for their casseroles, but it is a tad expensive. I have used baking soda paste and let it sit, then scrub with a plastic scrubber and rinse.

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By Sarah (Guest Post)
September 18, 20070 found this helpful

I let mine soak in plain non dilluted vinegar over night.

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August 8, 20160 found this helpful

How do I get burndt food stains off the underside crevices in the handles of my corningware dish?

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