Friday, July 23, 2010

Leftovers

Found on *someone's* plate at the end of a recent meal.



Anyone know of a good (easy) trick for getting rid of eleven years worth of silver marks on white dinnerware?

6 comments:

ohiofarmgirl said...

I would try Rust Out. You can find it at Walmart in the cleaning/ laundry isle. I use it for marks on my sink and it takes all the marks away. The other thing could be a magic eraser....both easy to find and work wonders. Ddianntha

Missy aka Birdy said...

I use Barkeeper's Friend which you can find next to the Comet and such in your cleaning aisle at most stores. But first try a paste of Baking Soda and water. I have used both and depending on the marks they always come right off.

Hugs
-missy-

Anonymous said...

Hi! I use baking soda too. I dip a wet dishcloth into the soda and get a sore finger from rubbing out the marks. Works on all the brown marks on pyrex, gray on corning ware, and shines the heck out of chrome. Bar Keepers Friend is great stuff too.

Connie Bray said...

Mr. Clean Eraser or Bar keepers, however, the eraser can scatch where Bar Keepers will not. Good Luck!

Jan said...

Bar Keepers is a good product also Soft Scrub. Use either one gently. Jan

Marie said...

How cute!! Jack is so smart!! :^)
Thanks for posting the picture.