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My new dishes are pure white, and 2 of my plates have developed a stain on the rim. Its orange/rust colored... its a straight mark, like maybe a fork or knife sat there in the sink and made a stain?
I'm not sure how the stains got there or how to remove them. Any ideas?
 

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Make a paste of cream of tarter that should remove it..........HTH
 

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Oh thanks, Lori! Going to try it now! :D
This has been bugging me! lol
 

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LORI! You are AWESOME! It worked! :D
 

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I was thinking of trying baking soda... that might have done it too.
 

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I am going to add cream of tarter and baking soda to my stain remover list. I did not know they would remove stains. I have some very old Pyrex dishes that have stains on them and I am going to try them on them. Thanks for the handy hint Lori and Heather.

I am glad your dishes are stain free Sherry:D .
 

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It works really well on stains on copper clad pots too ! and pyrex ! Glad I could help !
 

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I'm tellin' ya... we learn something new each and every day around this Village!!
 
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