Cookware in dishwasher?

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  1. scienceteach82

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    Does anyone know how to recover all clad cookware that has been in the dish washer and is now filmy and nasty?

    Mmswm asked me to post...she would love any help with this matter :)

    Thank you :)
     
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  3. Caesar753

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    It's probably just a soap-scum type of buildup. It happens to my stuff too. You just need to scrub it with a non-scratch spongy thing like you would use if you were washing dishes by hand.
     
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    I was in Macy's once when a woman brought in her all clad skillet that had been in the dishwasher and was nasty. They guy told her she can start by doing just what Cassie said, but that this type of cookware is never to be placed in the dishwasher because it ruins the finish. He said once the finish on the pans is gone, it can't be replaced. I would stick to washing them by hand/ Dawn has a Power Plus pre wash cleaner that removes cooked on stuff really well so you don't have to
     
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    She could try soaking it in a water/vinegar solution. Say hi to mmswm for us.
     
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    thanks everyone...and will do :)
     

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