Out of all the solutions, vinegar helped the least. It actually didn't help at all. Salt worked for those minor scratches that you can barely see. Toothpaste and a toothbrush was a no-go. Baking soda worked pretty well! But for the major black marks that Jerry pushed as hard as he could to make, the only thing that really worked amazingly well was Bar Keepers Friend.
Bar Keeper's Friend worked like a dream. All you have to do is sprinkle the powder on the plate, use a wet sponge and scrub with the scrubby side of the sponge for a minute or so until all the marks are gone. I like to think of Bar Keepers Friend as a wonderful exfoliant you use on your face. (No, I'm not saying you should use Bar Keepers Friend on your face! That would be a very bad idea!) It gets rid of any marks that could have been made from extreme knife scraping.
Now I'm not telling you to go and scratch your Mora plates as hard as you can with your butcher knife like Jerry. These plates are still dinner plates and should be used like dinner plates. But if you just happen to have silverware that leave marks on your plate, have no fear, Bar Keepers Friend will save you.
If you don't have Bar Keepers Friend and don't intend to buy any, go ahead and try the same method with baking soda. It also acts as an abrasive to get any marks off. It's just not as powerful as Bar Keepers Friend, so you might have to put a little more elbow grease into the cleaning process.
I'd also like to remind you that most of the minor marks I was able to wipe off simply with my finger. So these marks are really not a big deal. Please don't go and email our poor customer service team saying you have big black scratches on your plates. They're not scratches. They will wipe off. ❤️
I hope you learned a little something from this article and I hope it helps you be more at ease with your Mora Products. We only want to give you the best quality we can afford to make. You mean the world to us! Don't forget to hit pause, and have a wonderful day!
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