How to Remove Scuff Marks from Pyrex and Vintage Glass Cookware
You’ve seen them on Pinterest, and you are determined to build your own vintage glass cookware collection. They always look so colorful and shiny in photos, weathering the years well on a display shelf, or hosting a casserole on a nicely laid table.
When you look at your collection up close though, you don’t see the reflection of the glaze, you see scuffs and black marks and baked on grease. Years of use for family holidays and everyday use in the oven, in the dishwasher and in the sink takes its toll. So, how do you remove scuff marks from Pyrex or other vintage glass cookware and have it looking pretty again?
BKF: Real Problems, Real Solutions
DIY Deep Clean
DIY Deep Clean’s video shows how easy it is to clean up vintage cookware, Pyrex, and plates. *Disclaimer: We do not recommend leaving Bar Keepers Friend on items for an extended period of time. We suggest one minute on, rinse, and repeat as necessary.
Here are just a few success stories submitted and written by Bar Keepers Friend users:
If you need more inspiration, peruse Tanya’s gorgeous Pyrex collection on her Dans le Lakehouse blog. Tanya is a turquoise and Pyrex enthusiast and has a stunning variety of the gorgeous glassware. In fact, her kitchen is designed around her Pyrex collection. And, it is dreamy! She has removed ugly black marks from vintage Pyrex and brought dishwasher dead pieces back to life using Bar Keepers Friend.