[StBernard] Removing Soil from Lexington?
westley at da-parish.com
Thu Jan 12 11:35:23 EST 2006
Gaby, try soaking the stainless steel in vinegar and water. If you have any
good stainless service, contact the manufacturer. Some are replacing lost
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Interesting what you have said about your brass and pewter items
I brought a few pewter items as well and they dont look to good. I
some German linen I had since childhood (hope chest kind of
fit the bedding here, but what de heck, it is good fabric).
Some washed fine, others have holes as if burnt by acid. I think
I once put a breadpudding on a pewter plate (New Years Eve party)
was a mistake. The acid from the fruit had permanently discolored
So pewter must not be as good in resisting any chemicals. However,
stainless steel is corroding with this prolonged mud exposure. Never
I see that.
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