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Re: [vacuumcoffeepotcollector] Off topic glass cleaning question.

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  • Larry Hollenberg
    Hi Judy, Yes I have both types, cool looking even though I haven t yet used them alot.. I am supposing your using the baking soda as a scrubbing agent, or just
    Message 1 of 5 , May 13, 2007
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      Hi Judy,

      Yes I have both types, cool looking even though I
      haven't yet used them alot.. I am supposing your using
      the baking soda as a scrubbing agent, or just a
      soaking one? I will give yours and rons a try, those
      are the first ones I have read here anyway.

      Larry


      --- Jerold Dalton <jdalton1@...> wrote:

      > Hi Everyone - Larry's pyrex pans sound interesting -
      > I wonder if they are the old blue "Flameware" pyrex
      > from the 30's etc. They have a tab for a handle of
      > glass and metal to be attached and removed for
      > storing etc. I have 3 of these old glass pans -
      > very pretty and nostalgic. I use baking soda to
      > take out any discoloration from cooking. Hope this
      > helps. Judy from Wisconsin
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: larry hollenberg
      > To: vacuumcoffeepotcollector@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2007 10:14 AM
      > Subject: [vacuumcoffeepotcollector] Off topic
      > glass cleaning question.
      >
      >
      > Hi everyone,
      >
      > Been on a little trip and absent for a week or so.
      > Good to be back and see a few active and
      > a few new members.
      >
      > I know this isn't the topic, but as glass
      > collectors I think I can perhaps get a piece of
      > advice. I purchased a few of the glass pyrex sauce
      > pans which I think are interesting
      > looking. But when I made some chili in one last
      > night it left a whitish film in the bottom
      > that has resisted the tuffy pad attack. I don't
      > want to use any gritty cleaner that might
      > remove it but eventually cause dulling. I did soak
      > it in a mild lye solution and that
      > removed most of it. But that is a hassel and can
      > be dangerous if not handled well, and my
      > 83 year old mom is using these mostly.. Anyone
      > have a sure fire way to remove that film
      > that will not harm the surface? I haven't yet
      > tired the washing soda product, it might
      > work. Just thought I would toss this out in case
      > someone else has found those shiny glass
      > pots of interest.
      >
      > Larry
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >




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