How To Get Scuff Marks Off of Dishes

No matter how sturdy your dishes are, eventually they will show gray marks from forks and knives scraping across the surface. But did you know these marks aren’t permanent? Most everyday silverware is made of stainless steel, which contains metals that can leave behind gray marks. Because these marks won’t disappear in the dishwasher, it’s easy to assume they’re here to stay. But with a gentle abrasive cleaner like Bon Ami, these marks should buff right out.

Before you run out and buy new dishes, try this method for removing the scuff marks, and your dishes could look brand new in no time.

What You’ll Need:
-Bon Ami Powdered Cleanser
-Soft cloth
-Small bowl

Start with a clean plate. Sprinkle some Bon Ami cleanser into a small bowl and add water to make a paste. Dip the soft cloth in the paste and gently buff out the scuff marks on the plate. On more delicate ceramics, it is best to test a small area of the plate to ensure the paste is not too abrasive for the surface.