How do I keep stoneware dishes from scratching when they are stacked?
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How many dishes do you have? Off hand the least expensive way may be to either purchase a package of dinner napkins and place one or two between eash plate and or bowl. Paper doilies from the dollar store would work too as they are round in shape.
Hope that helps or gives you hints!!
Put a paper plate in between each one, Kim.
Thrift store wash cloths when stacking the dishes, lay wash cloth between the dishes.
Use one or two coffee filters between each one. They will help you avoid scratches, absorb rinse water if the plates are a little damp, and can be used over and over. Best wishes!
Paper plates and even paper towels work.
Felt cut to fit works great. I do this myself even with my Teflon pans.