This post was actually spurred by one of my Salvation Army finds. I was lucky enough to stumble upon 4 CorningWare French White 500ml Ramekins. (Item F-16-B) For those of us who still think in Standard Measures, that is about 17 oz. (Seriously, I always have to sit and contemplate what the equivalent standard measure is before I can visualize how much something holds)
This just happens to be the perfect size (as are Grab-It bowls) for making individual Pot Pies. Woo hoo! (Yes, that will be the next post - Pesto Chicken Pot Pie) So, I ran them through the dishwasher, but lo' and behold, there were still "marks" on the bottoms. Which, since they are about 20 years old, is to be expected, but I am a stickler for bright, shiny, uber clean looking CorningWare. SO......
This is how to remove those stubborn grey marks on the bottom of your vintage CorningWare.
Where is your Corningware