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Scraper Stains

rennea

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The other day I was using my mix n' scraper to make homemade tomato and basil soup(pc recipe) and it's stained. Does anybody have any good ideas to remove stains from our scrapers?
 

whiteyteresa

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Small amount of bleach with water. I usually will put it in a tall drinking glass and leave it there a hour or sometimes I forget about it and leave it there overnight.

I will bleach mine about once every 6 weeks to keep mine looking band new.
Mine doesn't usually look stained, I just like them to look there best.

I hope this helps
 

nikked

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This works well

I have only had to do this once, and it worked wonders. My daughter didn't wash all the dishes one night, and my small mix n scraper sat all night with red sauce on it, and it wouldn't come clean the next day.

Take POWDERED dishwasher detergent (I now keep a small box on hand just in case, because we use Cascade in the little packs now), and make a paste with a little bit of water. Apply to scraper, and let dry. Put in dishwasher, AS IS, and it should come clean...try it a second time if it doesn't work...

If the stain still won't come out, call HO. If it is from your starter kit, they will send you a new one BEFORE you send it back. They know we need the stuff for our businesses!

HTH!
 

tiffanypc05

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I soak mine is bleach a lot of times b/c they stain but if it wont come out call HO, they will send another one b/c It's not supposed to stain.
 

AJPratt

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I think I'm going to call. I have some stains on my handle and I just ordered a new one. Also, the silicone part is a little torn, too.
 

ChefNic

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The only thing that has ever stained mine is the Orange Cascade... don't use it! Home Office knows about this... when I had a problem with mine turning yellowish-orange, I called HO and the lady asked if I was using the Orange Cascade... YEP!!

The strange thing is ...it only affected one of my scrapers...the rest were all fine, even though I had put them all in the dishwasher many times with that Cascade... only the one turned colors...
 

rennea

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I tried the bleach and it didn't get them out, I think I'll call for a new one!
 

dannyzmom

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I also like to bleach my cutting boards every so often - when they start looking icky, I spray 'em with Clorox and let 'em sit for an hour or so...rinse and they look good as new!
 

cmdtrgd

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You can also sand the cutting boards if the cuts in them start to get too deep or have a hard time getting clean.
 

kltaylo

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I also use soft scrub with bleach on my cutting boards if they stain. I just put some on the discolored part and let it sit for 5-10 minutes. I haven't tried it on my scrapers yet, but I would think that it would work on those also.
 
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