Rust Spots on Silverware from Dishwasher?

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What causes the rust spots on silverware from a dishwasher. Some forms of stainless steel if more prone to rust. Lemon added to dish washing liquid could be a culprit. Minerals in tap water can also cause these spots. Take proper care of your utensils to prevent rust from forming. Avoid the hot dry cycle in a dishwasher.
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