Bar Keepers Friend® Cleanser & Polish: 12 OZ

January 3, 2016 - Comment

Bar Keepers Friend, 12 OZ Cleanser and Polish, Non Abrasive Powder, Removes Rust and Hard Water Stains, For Copper, Tile, Brass, Stainless Steel, Porcelain, Plastics and Glass Cooktops. DO NOT USE BAR KEEPERS FRIEND ON: Gold, silver, pewter, marble, lacquered metals, or anodized aluminum. Product Features Bar Keepers Friend, 12 OZ Cleanser and Polish Non

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Bar Keepers Friend, 12 OZ Cleanser and Polish, Non Abrasive Powder, Removes Rust and Hard Water Stains, For Copper, Tile, Brass, Stainless Steel, Porcelain, Plastics and Glass Cooktops. DO NOT USE BAR KEEPERS FRIEND ON: Gold, silver, pewter, marble, lacquered metals, or anodized aluminum.

Product Features

  • Bar Keepers Friend, 12 OZ Cleanser and Polish
  • Non Abrasive Powder
  • Removes Rust and Hard Water Stains
  • For Copper, Tile, Brass, Stainless Steel, Porcelain, Plastics and Glass Cooktops

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    D. Fantasia says:

    I’m hooked like a street bum on crack I use this stuff for almost everything. Cleaning sinks, bathtubs, toilets, calphalon pans, stainless steel pans, my grill, stainless steel anything, silverware, the kitchen sink, and best of all is the glass in our shower. I have tried EVERYTHING to get the hard water spots off of our shower glass, but CLR and Lime Away didn’t do the job. I found this and BAM! With minimal scrubbing I was able to make my shower glass crystal clear. I’ve gotten so many hooked on this stuff and they keep telling me new uses for it.UPDATE: (January 19th 2011) This stuff is still amazing, but be aware that this is an acid and can eat through things if left on too long or not cleaned. ALSO, this is an abrasive! DO NOT USE IT ON CHEAP CHROME PLATING as I used this on a cheap shower trinket to get the soap off of and the chrome began to crack, flake and the metal rusted (this goes back to it being a strong acid). ALSO, I’m a man who is not a big fan and do not condone the use of men…

    Scott says:

    This stuff made me mad! We had a red stain in the kitchen sink. I went to Home Depot and grabbed this stuff because it was $1.79. I take it home and use it on the sink, it got the stain out. The next day I decided to use it on the tub. Keep in mind that the tub was from the 1920’s and it looked like it, it was gray in color. So I put a little BKF on the tub and started scrubbing. That’s when I got irritated with it because the gray on the tub turned to slime and started to come off and reveal the white of the porcelain. I hate cleaning the tub and usually put as minimal effort into cleaning it. But I knew that the tub would look awesome totally white again. I probably cleaned off scum from at least 40 years of tenants prior to us. This product rocks.Here is a tip. I use it on my ceramic tile in the entire bathroom. The tip is to use a green scrubby pad and lightly wet it. Put the BKF on the pad and put it all over the tile. It will be slightly sudsy. Leave it on and let it dry till it looks like chalk…

    Bargain shopper says:

    Yes, it’s magic!!! It’s one of those products, that amazes you. Almost like, where have you been all my life! I had an All Clad Stainless 6 qt sauté pan that due to my neglect, had gotten black all over the bottom. We decided to purchase more All Clad and I thought, ok, I am actually going to keep the new ones in pristine condition. So, I bought the Bar Keepers Friend and used it on the new ones, keeping them as beautiful as the day I got them. I thought, could this stuff really get all the black off the bottom of my sauté pan? Oh, my gosh, it did! It took a little elbow grease, but now it looks like new. I took some photos of before and after and will try to post them to show what this product can do.I have tried the Bar Keepers Friend on several things, tile grout, tub, stainless appliances, stainless sink etc. Everything got super clean. Oh, and my other favorite: my glass cooktop. Wow, nothing ever got the cooktop clean like Bar Keepers Friend and with hardly…

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