Pyrex carries a number of cookware items, including glass bowls. The crystal-clear, light appearance of Pyrex, along with its durability, makes it a common choice. To keep your Pyrex looking like new, clean it properly and remove any buildup that could dull the overall look of the Pyrex bowl. This can be done with items you likely already have in the home.
Things You'll Need
- Dish soap
- Nylon scrubbing pad
- White vinegar
- Cleaning rags
Wash the Pyrex bowl after use with warm, soapy water.
Remove any leftover residue with a nylon scrubbing pad and the soapy water.
Pour 1 cup vinegar into your sink per gallon of hot water. Add a squirt of dish soap and mix to create suds. Let the bowl soak in the solution for one hour to loosen tough stains.
Scrub with the nylon scrubbing pad again. Rinse the bowl with clear water.
Dry the bowl with a clean rag to prevent water spots and streaking. If you do get spots, rub over them with a cleaning rag soaked with white vinegar.
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