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Rusty bakewear

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NAB3 Mon 09-Jul-07 13:12:36

Has this occured because of it being in the dishwasher and is there anything I can do about it? Some of it is quite new so I wouldn't want to bin it if there is a solution. TIA.

Washersaurus Mon 09-Jul-07 13:17:35

I will be lurking to find out an answer - DH and I keep buying dishwasher safe bakeware only for it to go all rusty really quickly!!!

We have even contacted Waitrose to complain about theirs, but they didn't really give us a useful response. They just said that they would ask their manufacturer to investigate(what good is that to us??)

NAB3 Mon 09-Jul-07 13:20:00

I have just emiled Lakeland as I bought it from there and I will let oyu know the answer. Their customer service is second to none so I am sure they will sort this out.

NAB3 Mon 09-Jul-07 17:57:00

They have replied and want to know exactly which items so they can sort it out and tell me if they are dishwasher safe.

Washersaurus Mon 09-Jul-07 20:04:53

Well now I wish we had gone to lakeland...LOL

bewilderbeast Mon 09-Jul-07 20:10:03

cut a potato in half rub on rust then wash in hot soapy water. I hate to say that if it doens't come off after a few trys at this the bakeware is probably not salvagable. To give you some hope this method (its a kim and aggie) worked on a wok that had been rusty for a year

NAB3 Tue 10-Jul-07 09:51:45

Getting a replacement on one and refund for the other 2 as they no longer stock them.
bewilderbeast: thanks for that, I will give it a try.

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