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Pampered Chef: Stoneware fire smoke damage

  1. bearydutch

    bearydutch Novice Member Gold Member

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    Hello fellow chefers,

    I have a customer that just had a kitchen fire and wanted to know if her stoneware needs to be replaced because of the fire smoke damage. She was told all plastic would need to be replaced but wasn't sure about the stoneware. Any of you know if the smoke damage is bad for stoneware or can it still be used. Thanks.
     
    Mar 18, 2009
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  2. c00p

    c00p Veteran Member Gold Member

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    I'm pretty sure that the stones are ok. It seems like I remember something being said about this before, but the tried and true soak in a baking soda paste tends to work, and then, before she cooks "real" food on it, I would advise her to put like crescent rolls, spread out, all over the stone to pick up anything else that might be left after the soaking. AND, what I've done in the past - even though it's a no,no - is to run the stone through the dishwasher with NO soap and it turns out great.
     
    Mar 18, 2009
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