Today's final Pyrex Series post is about caring for your Pyrex!
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There are a few general "rules" to remember when using your vintage Pyrex.
*Never under any circumstances put Pyrex in the dishwasher. I will sometimes throw a clear glass lid in which is fine, but colored Pyrex does not do well in the dishwasher. This also includes printed lids. The dishwasher can cause drastic fading and removal of color.
*Use caution when using metal utensils around Pyrex. It can leave metal marks. To prevent this, try to use wood or plastic utensils instead. Also be careful about storing Pyrex in amongst metal items as this could also cause metal marks.
*Pyrex can be slippery when wet, so be careful when washing it!
*When displaying the 470s casseroles, oval casseroles, refrigerator dishes, and space savers, you can stack them easily and safely. This can be done by turning the lids upside down, and stacking them. The casserole will fit nicely in the upturned lid. This helps save space!
*When displaying bowl sets, you can show all the bowls in the set by using an empty clean plastic container. I prefer the short small size that you might buy humus or a chip dip in.
Thank you all for coming along with me for this series!
Over the weekend I'm going to post about some of my favorite Pyrex in Action moments! There will still be a few Pyrex posts here and there, don't worry! Also, if anyone has any questions or any Pyrex posts they'd like to see, let me know!