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Tarnished carafe

AJPratt

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I actually just got my new carafe because the original one tarnished. Has anyone else had this problem?
 

AJPratt

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I guess this was just a fluke...
 

pampered1224

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Ann - never got one. Too expensive for my guests. But if it is tarnished, why not try the stainless cleaner on it? Or a tarnish remover?
 

chefjeanine

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Tarnished? Isn't it plastic? I didn't answer sooner because I was stumped (and still am).
 

Grandmarita

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Our catalog says that it is Chrome plated. I didn't think that Chrome tarnished, either.
Did it go dark like silver does with time?
 

chefann

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Chrome does tarnish, although not as badly as silver does. It's more of a general darkening/haziness than the blackening that silver does. (Just ask anyone with a pre-1980s car.)
 

AJPratt

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Chrome does tarnish, although not as badly as silver does. It's more of a general darkening/haziness than the blackening that silver does. (Just ask anyone with a pre-1980s car.)

Maybe it also carroded? Sp?
 

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