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Why You Should Use Baking Soda To Remove Knife Marks From Your Plates
If you're ready to tackle those stubborn little metal marks on all of your favorite dishes, you'll need to gather a few items first, including baking soda. Because of its powder form, it works as a gentle abrasive that can gently buff away organic materials such as dirt and grease.
Next, you'll need some trusty dish soap, which will allow the baking soda to have an extra "grip" when it comes in contact with the plate, instead of just being run off like it is when paired with vinegar or water. You'll also need a nonmetal scouring pad.
First, mix the baking soda with water in a 2:1 ratio. Then add a few drops of your preferred dish soap to the scouring pad, followed by the baking soda paste, and begin gently buffing away at the metal marks.