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Old 06-03-2007, 05:19 PM   #11
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Whenever I have rust-looking spots like that, I take a small piece of aluminum foil and rub... it does come off. I'm guessing a very fine grade of steel wool would do the trick too. But whatever you use, test it gently first, to make sure it's not causing deep scratches.

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Old 06-03-2007, 08:26 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by pacanis
Just to second, SS can rust, depending on the grade and other metals in it. I have some SS dog dishes and buckets that didn't show any signs of rust spotting until I started putting them in a dishwasher. Now I have a few starting to spot up on me, but I can get the spots out with a scotch-brite.
And I "third" it. The metal composition of products labeled "STAINLESS" vary by manufacturer. Some compositions will rust. Many brands of automatic dishwasher detergent include an oxygen bleach which accelerates the oxidation (rusting) process.

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