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    Chemical Stains

    I recently acquired some stainless Leedal graduates. Some of them have what appear to be chemical stains on the sides and bottom. I have rinsed with water and wiped with a cloth but they still remain.

    Does anyone have suggestion on how to remove these stains?

    Thanks

    Gary
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    Shall not be disappointed." Robert Willingham, 1907

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    You could try something like Softscrub cleanser, and if that is not abrasive enough, try Comet.
    Kirk

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    Try Bar Keepers Friend or silver polish.

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