Saturday, November 19, 2011

Getting your Pyrex clean {Scotch Brite}

Luckily I ran into another junkie {oops, not a good word, thrifter} today.
{we both wanted to show off our finds}.
She told me, "you know, the easiest way to get that clean is any kind of glass stove-top cleaner}.

For those wholeheartedly Pyrex collectors who 'may happen to run across this post,'
{I do not hold any responsibility for the tip I am about to show}.
No clue if this will damage the 'vintagicity' {made that word up, cute huh}?

Although, these lil cleaning cloths wiped all that yellow right off...I still see a sparkle
{& no cracks, fade, etc}.
YES, Please!

& I promise, I would not be mad ONE BIT if Santa put this under the tree for me this year...
She's peach; really, really peach. 
{& only $80}.



  1. What a great tip! I'll have to try this on my Glasbake.....and you might have to fight me for that Coke cooler, its awesome!

  2. Oh I wish I had seen this earlier this week. I just passed up a really pretty old pink pyrex mixing bowl that had some stains at Salvation Army. Bummer! Maybe I will be lucky and it's still there when I go back.
    Thanks so much for sharing. I'll know better next time :)

  3. Great tip on the scotchbrite. I'm sure it doesn't hurt the pyrex's vintageicity at all. After all it doesn't scratch the glass top stove! this is a great discovery. Thank you for sharing it!