White bone china plates and dishes can become scratched with regular use due to the cutlery and other metal objects used. Over time, your bone china dishes can be stained and due to the general wear and tear they get scuffed and damaged. It is important to buy high quality bone china dinnerware so that it lasts longer and does not easily get damaged.
How to remove scratches and scuff marks on bone china dishes? Prepare a mixture of baking soda (4 tsp) and warm water (2 tsp) and place it on the damaged areas of your white china plates. Then using dish soap and scouring pad (not a metal one) scrub the area and rinse with water.