fixing white spots on anodized aluminum pots | ehow
Although the anode alumina pot is durable, it is prone to white spots caused by minerals in water.
Removing these white stains requires an acidic cleaner that breaks down mineral compounds during cleaning without scar on the aluminum surface.
Pour half a cup of white vinegar into a bowl.
Add enough baking soda to form a thick paste.
Place 1 tablespoon paste on a damp sponge.
Wet the white spots on the anode alumina pan.
Scrub the white spots with a paste and cover the entire stain.
It is allowed to paste on the spot for 30 minutes.
Rub the spots again with a sponge.
Rinse the pot with warm water to remove the paste.
Check the cooker.
Repeat the process if the spots still exist.
Wash the pan in the dishwasher or hot water and wash the mild dish soap in the sink.
Rinse and dry the pots thoroughly before storage.