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Stainless salt corrosion cleaning

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New 18/10 stainless steel sauté pan, first use... white salt corrosion spots. Is there a way to remove these?
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My recommendation would be to try

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In my experience, no. The best way to deal with it is to camoflauge with more salt spots, and wisk marks. :)
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In my experience, no. The best way to deal with it is to camoflauge with more salt spots, and wisk marks. :)


Ah, I like it. Sage advice.

 

I always figure my pans are working pans, not museum pieces, so signs of use are just that.

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Haha yeah good call. I was hoping to get a few weeks of shiny newness before I turned it into a battlefield.

Thanks.
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