How Do You Remove Scratches From Noritake Stoneware?
Noritake stoneware is strong and durable, yet like most brands of stoneware, the plates and dishes can become scratched from everyday use. A scratch on your Noritake stoneware shows up as a black mark or streak across the stone. The scratches are most often the result of abrasions caused by eating and serving utensils. You can remove scratches from Noritake stoneware in the same manner you would remove scratches from any stoneware–with baking soda. Mix 1/2 cup of baking soda with 1 cup of water. Stir to make a thick paste. Add a little more baking soda if the mixture is too thin. Add a little more water if the mixture is so thick. Dampen a soft sponge with water. Rub the black scratch marks on the Noritake stoneware with the sponge. Rub the length of the scratch in a back and forth motion until it disappears. Dampen the sponge as necessary, but do not soak it too much. Fill the sink with warm water and add a few squirts of dish soap. Wash the Noritake stoneware in the sink with a soft