It’s Bar Keeper’s Friend, and it’s not just the cute name that won me over…
As a wedding registry gift we got a beautiful set of stainless steel pots and pans, and while they cook food like a dream, the whole cleaning after thing was a total mess. So on to Google I went to find a solution, and what kept coming up was this stuff called Bar Keeper’s Friend.
Click, order, deliver… and well…..
This stuff is AMAAAAHHZING (hope all you Happy Endings fans appreciate the reference). Grease residue and water stains? SEE YA!!!
I use the powder version, and find that adding water to create an easy to work with paste does wonders to my pots and pans. But it can be used all over the house:
- Daily Cleaning — Use Bar Keepers Friend every day in kitchen and bath to keep surfaces clean and shiny. Its non-bleach formula removes tough stains, too.
- Removing Rust — Bar Keepers Friend removes rust better than other top-selling cleansers.
- Removing Lime — Bar Keepers Friend removes lime buildup and hard water stains better than other top-selling cleansers.
- Porcelain — Use Bar Keepers Friend every day to clean and shine porcelain surfaces. It’s also effective on tough hard water stains and rust.
- Stainless Steel — Bar Keepers Friend cleans and shines stainless steel. Other top-selling cleansers containing chlorine bleach are not recommended for stainless steel.
- Solid Surfaces — Bar Keepers Friend cleans nonporous solid surfaces such as Corian®.
- Chrome — Bar Keepers Friend removes hard water stains and makes chrome fixtures shine.
- Copper & Brass — Bar Keepers Friend removes tarnish and makes copper and brass shine. Do not use Bar Keepers Friend if the metal is lacquered.
- Fiberglass & Acrylic — Bar Keepers Friend cleans fiberglass and acrylic without scratching.
- Tile & Grout — Use Bar Keepers Friend to clean porcelain and ceramic tile. BKF® also cleans light colored grout.
- DO NOT USE BAR KEEPERS FRIEND ON: Gold, silver, pewter, marble, lacquered metals, or anodized aluminum
And if you still need convincing… Here’s a coupon! Click here.