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####################################### Whenever our stainless steel cooking pots get a charred spot that won't come off with scouring powder, I use 600 wet/dry sandpaper. Shines like new.
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####################################### Whenever our stainless steel cooking pots get a charred spot that won't come off with scouring powder, I use 600 wet/dry sandpaper. Shines like new.
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snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote: > ####################################### > Whenever our stainless steel cooking pots > get a charred spot that won't come off with > scouring powder, I use 600 wet/dry sandpaper. > Shines like new. >
Might try Revere Ware copper bottom cleaner.
No need to sand.
Lew
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CMT Formula 2050 will clean it also. That's the router bit and saw blade cleaner. Biodegradable.
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On Fri, 12 Jan 2007 23:42:53 GMT, "Leon"

Comet works too.
Mark (sixoneeight) = 618
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can wipe it off with a sponge.
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Doug Miller (alphageek at milmac dot com)
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