Removing Stains from Pots and Pans

To get any kind of stains off of pans use bar keepers friend it will take away all the goo that gets on there from cooking. It works great for cleaning tubs and toilet also. You can get it at Walmart for $1.67 for a fairly good size can.

By Jennifer Brown


Removing Stains from Pots and Pans

You find bar keepers friend on the cleaning aisle section in walmart - bottom shelf for us. It's a tall gold bottle like comet and ajax come in. (06/04/2005)

By jan

Removing Stains from Pots and Pans

It's by the windex, toilet bowl cleaning products. Also a lot of Grocery Stores carry it now. I've seen it at Bed Bath & Beyond. It's the best cleaner you'll ever use. I swear by it! It cleans fiberglass, glass, tile, copper bottoms, stainless steel, brass beautifully. Give it a go. I know you'll love it! Practically odorless too!
Jennifer J. CA (06/07/2005)


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