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How to take black scuff marks off walls/floors..................................... 1. Just get a scouring pad, wet it and put ajax or comet on it. 2. Scrub the surface until mark dissapears. 3. Use the scrub side for the floor. Use the soft side on the wall.

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All-Clad actually says (http://www.all-clad.com/collections/Stainless-Steel/CareAndUse/) that it's okay to put it through the dishwasher, though I've never put mine in there. So, you probably haven't ruined it. I'd recommend a good-cleaning with regular soap, followed by a "scouring" with Barkeeper's Friend. Barkeeper's Friend is available at any department store, including Wal-Mart, for about $2. It comes in a cannister like Comet and is gold in color. Do NOT use Comet, just Barkeeper's Friend which is oxalic acid. Wet the skillet first, then put some Barkeeper's Friend on a damp sponge - plain or with a blue non-scratch scrubber - and scrub in circles.

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