Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Over the past week or so, we've been doing some spring cleaning. Cleaning and putting winter clothes away, washing windows, replacing the warmer comforter on our bed with a lighter one, and giving some kitchen items a deep clean.
Bar Keepers Friend (or BKF for those in know) has been a cleaning item that we couldn't live without. We keep one can in the bathroom and one in the kitchen. It works wonders cleaning and polishing up my stainless steel pots and pans. It removes the grime from my ancient relic of a bathtub like nothing else. It gets out tea and coffee stains from mugs and silverware marks from dishes. BKF eliminates rust stains, makes metal shine, and isn't fumy like other chemical cleaners.
BKF is a must for anyone with a stainless steel sink, aging porcelain, brass fixtures, or copper cookware. My only advice is to use sparingly and rinse thoroughly. If you use too much, it can leave a powdery film.
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