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Pampered Chef: Help Curry Stain on Chef's Tools Spoon

  1. BeckyC5830

    BeckyC5830 Member

    The other night I made Quick Curried Chicken from the "It's Good For You" Cookbook. I used the Mega Scraper to stir the recipe in my 12" Skillet and the Small Chef's Tool Spoon to serve it. Both the Mega Scraper and the Spoon were stained yellow from the curry. I managed to get the yellow stain off the white part of the Mega Scraper by using a paste of Dishwasher detergent and water, but I can't get the yellow stain off the spoon. The bowl of the spoon is stained on the top and bottom. Test Kitchens suggested: " Let the (dishwasher detergent & water) paste remain on the stains overnight. If the detergent does not work, make a paste with baking soda and water and apply it to the stains and let it remain
    overnight. If you are still unsuccessful, we recommend Cascade Plastic
    Boost (found with dishwashing detergents at your local grocery store) to
    try to eliminate the stains."

    I'm going to try the Baking Sode and water paste tonight, but don't have a lot of faith that it will work. I looked at six stores today for the Cascade Plastic Boost, but I'm pretty sure the product is discontinued as it's not on any shelves and not listed on Cascade's website.

    Has anyone been successful in getting Curry Stains off of the Chef's Tools? And if so, how did you do it?
    Nov 14, 2009
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