My corelle dishes have tiny red spots on edges, probably tomato sauce stains. I’ve tried soaking in bleach but nothing works.
Have you tried running them through a dishwasher.:)
Make a paste with water and BarKeepers Friend. Rub it into the spots with a toothbrush and the spots should go away.
I would try Oxyclean and a Mr Clean eraser. Gently rub over just the stains with Mr. Clean. If that doesn’t get it make a paste of water and Oxyclean and rub it into the stains. Let sit until dry and then wash it off. If that doesnt get it then the stains have seeped into the Corelle. You could also try the polish made for glass top stoves but it is more abrasive and will take the finish off even more allowing more staining the next time you have tomato sauce or other staining food.
Take an SOS pad, dampen it and scrub away. It does come off easily. I have a huge corelle baking dish and this is the method I use. It looks brand new,but is 25 years old.
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