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Stainless dinner knives pitted.

Posted by beagle_nc (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 24, 14 at 18:57

If this is the wrong forum, please tell me where to post.
I have a set of Michelangelo by Oneida that I got when we got married. The blades are pitted, what would cause this and are they unsafe to use? I do put them in the dishwasher. I should add that they are 40 years old and no other pieces are affected.


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RE: Stainless dinner knives pitted.

Try posting in other forums which are busier. Try Kitchens, Appliances and Cooking.

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RE: Stainless dinner knives pitted.

Beagle, why not call customer service @ Oneida and talk to them, they may even replace your knives but you won't know without asking
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"Each piece of fine quality stainless is warranted against original defects in workmanship and materials for the lifetime of the original owner"

1-800-341-3332


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RE: Stainless dinner knives pitted.

We have Yamazaki SS flatware and from time to time I notice dark spots on the blades of the butter knives. They look like pits but are tarnish spots that clean right off with a little BKF. I'm not sure that will help you but BKF is so inexpensive it may be worth a try.


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