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Question at BRU about Ice Cream Scoop


Mar 24, 2006
I was at the Babies R Us event on Saturday and one of their employees approached me about her ice Cream Scoop. She said she loves it and would never give it up. But has a question about it.

She said she never puts it in the dishwasher or anything, but notices it gets a white line on it--almost like a water line--that won't go away. She said she hand washes it every time, and tries to get the line off of it, to no avail. She is wondering if there is something she should be doing differently, or if perhaps it has developed some kind of problem....Has anyone else heard of this or run into this problem? (I think she was wondering if it was still safe)

Please let me know. I think that if I can do some research on this, and get her an answer, I can initiate contact with her and might end up with a customer or a booking.

Thanks for your help and wisdom!


Legacy Member
Gold Member
Mar 12, 2006
Where is the white line? Sometimes you can get a "puddle" in the scoop itself if you hand wash it and leave it scoop facing up to dry. Especially if you have hard water.

Chef Kearns

Legacy Member
Gold Member
Feb 8, 2005
We've had a white line on ours for awhile. I haven't worried about it.


Legend Member
Oct 6, 2005
It's just mineral residue from her water. She probably put it down while it was still damp after handwashing it and it dried that way.

Mine has had one since the first time I used it and it still works. It's purely cosmetic.


Veteran Member
Gold Member
Jan 1, 2006
Mine has one too!

It's across the top half of the scoop (if you are holding it vertically). Funny, I always thought it came like that! But again, as others have mentioned, it doesn't affect the function at all.

You can always contact the solutions center or send them an email. I actually prefer email, since I'll get a detailed written response that I can re-read or forward to the customer!