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Old 10-14-2010, 03:17 AM   #11
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Damn, they're a lot easier to clean if the dish surface inside has some sheen.
I'm not sure when my Corning Ware vintage casserole surface lost it's sheen. When Corning Ware casserole dishes lose their sheen/glaze, baking fumes lock into the surface.

Once you have a clean shiny surface (I hope with my ebay bought P-10-B dish), EZ OFF Fume Free cleaner out performs Baking soda. Hands free cleaning. I coat the whole dish with EZ Off occasionally.

Baking soda?

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Old 10-14-2010, 04:51 AM   #12
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I have a partail set of the cornflower ones (largge, med, and small and the individula size) and I've found that soaking and baking soda work the best. My Mom used to use Brillo and SOS pads and I have seem the damage they can do. I won't allow them in my kitchen!

I alway spray the dished with cooking spray before using and that helps a lot. Are the really going for $30 these days? I guess they are considered "collectables" these days.

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