Re: [DML] Book
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Re: [DML] Book

Correction (and notification that I sometimes trail-off when I talk 
and drive at the same time): I don't know if CLR would remove any 
discoloration for certain, but SOS pads are commonly the CAUSE of 
rust on stainless steel. You've gotta use Scotch Brite pads to try 
and scuff out the offending metal bits that are embedded in the 
Stainless. Then go back and regrain and hit it with a blending pad.

It will work with any type of stainless surface: Car fenders/trim 
panels, sinks, countertops, cutlery, etc.

vin 6585 "X"

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jennifer Rooney" <jlrooney@...> 
> Well I posed this same question to Robert last night and he 
explained to me
> it had nothing to do with the grade of Stainless Steel because 
that only
> pertains to weight and thickness of the metal.  However, the 
> explanation was that my knives came in contact with another ferous 
> like my baking pans or something that had caused a rust stain and 
> into the grain of my knives.  The way to rectify it is to one 
clean the
> stain off with a cleaner such as CLR, and also use an SOS pad to 
scuff the
> other metal out of my knives and probably use my knife sharpener 
to re-grain
> them.  Thus was probably the same issues with your knives.
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