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Cleaning Nambe

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  • mocro May 25, 2007 10:57 AM
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A Nambe piece was mistakenly put in the dishwasher and now it's "cloudy" and discolored. Any suggestions on restoring it's original shine without sending back to Nambe for repolishing? Thanks.

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  1. You might try Never-Dull found in most hardware stores and made for polishing all types of metals. I believe Nambe used to make its own cleaner. I have not looked for it in a long time. Never-Dull will not scratch and you can even use it on sterling.

    1. I'd use the Nambe polish - it's always worked great on those cloudy water spots, although I've never put a piece in the dishwasher. We bought it at Bed, Bath, and Beyond for about 10$.

      http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/produ...

      http://www.nambe.com/careuse/general....