Have you ever spied an awesome piece of stoneware at a yard sale and you were reluctant to buy it because it was grimy? Want the expensive stuff at yard sale prices? Let me show you my trick.
How To Clean Yard Sale Stoneware
Published September 22nd, 2012 3:41 PM
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Jaime Wybenga on Jan 05, 2015If you are buying stoneware used (or anything) it's always a good Idea to give it a good scrub, but don't shy away from that stoneware. Folks need to realize that stoneware is a bit like cast iron in that "the uglier it looks the better it cooks" it needs to get "seasoned" and because stoneware is poris it's best before cooking so as to make it non-stick. Rub with oil and bake at first ...those dark spots are (normally) just where there was a bit more oils in the food. And remember NEVER use dish soap on them.