How To Remove Scuff Marks From Ceramic Dishes

Constant metal rubs against the surface of ceramic dishes causes unsightly scratches and some unsightly metal marks.

I have a special ceramic bowl in which I whisk eggs every time I want to cook or bake something, and that bowl looks like it has been attacked by a dozen of forks. But the problem isn’t only with my whisking egg bowl, also soup bowls and plates have the same problem after passing the spoon through them. As far as I know, ceramic dishes have a protective coating layer, but some of them are more resilient than others, meaning that they are more prone to metal marks.

But, thankfully there is a method to restore your dishes by bringing their new-look back and you need only 2 ingredients from your kitchen. The good news is that it takes a few minutes.

You need:

  • 2 teaspoons of baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon of water
  • a few drops of dish soap
  • plastic sponge

Begin the process:

Just mix baking soda with water to make a paste and add a few drops of dish soap in it. Continue mixing.

How to apply:

Apply the resulting paste over the metal scratches and rub well with the plastic dish sponge. Rinse well with water. You may repeat the process in case if the metal stains didn’t disappear.  

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