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    Quote Originally Posted by NormanV View Post
    A few spots? I once used dishcleaner in my bath tub to clean all my dishes. When I pulled the plug I found that it had removed all the enamel from the bath. Taking a bath after that felt like sitting on sandpaper, at least it was non-slip!
    You must have been really pressed for time doing the dishes in the bath. At least your feet should be callous free. I hear some chicks dig that.

    Thanks everybody for all the suggestions. I'll try the bar keepers friend first and then go with the bleach. The scouring powder is a last resort since I'd rather not scuff the finish on the tub.

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    Lol doing dishes while in the bath! How can you ever let guests eat off of them again!

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    Thanks again for all the suggestions. I had some Bon Ami and got them out with that.

    Raul

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    I used Bar Keepers Friend just this afternoon, to clean the stains left in my developer tray by Bromophen. Worked great!

    Before trying Bromophen with MG Warmtone paper, I'd been using Formulary BW-65, which doesn't seem to stain the tray, no matter how long you let it sit. Both BW-65 and Bromophen contain phenidone, but Bromo contains hydroquinone, and BW-65 does not.

    Is it the hydroquinone that stains the tray?
    "What drives man to create is the compulsion to, just once in his life, comprehend and record the pure, unadorned, unvarnished truth. Not some of it; all of it."

    - Fred Picker

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    Rub a dub dub, get some Comet and scrub.
    Andre Noble, Beverly Hills California http://andrenoble.com/

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