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Bar Keepers Friend In The News

“The most unexpected secret weapon of chefs: Bar Keepers Friend. It’s a powdered cleaner that tackles stainless steel, porcelain, aluminum, enameled cast iron, copper, fiberglass and more. A little sprinkle and a bit of elbow grease can help you restore pans to a like-new shine.” View PDF
“Powder Cleanser: When your stainless steel or porcelain sink starts to look yucky, a few sprinkles of this on a wet cloth is like an instant makeover.”ColumnParagraph View PDF
“I despise scrubbing tasks, but this stuff makes stainless steel, porcelain, ceramic, and more sparkling clean in a hurry. The first time I used it was on the baking tray inside my toaster oven, and Bar Keepers Friend got that thing gleaming in minutes.” (BKF received the 2018 Woman’s Day Great Value Award) View PDF
“A no-scratch solution for burned-on messes and hard-to-remove rust stains. lt helps make sinks, stoves, oven racks, and stainless-steel pots and pans sparkle.” View PDF
“It’s a pretty universal product… It can be used on dishes, sinks, stoves, and glass since it’s nonabrasive.” View PDF
“If your stainless steel pots, glass, or porcelain could use some TLC, you’ve got a keeper in this product…A fairy dusting of this powdered multi-purpose cleaner goes a long way. It can be used successfully to remove scuffs, rust, and food stains, whether dried on or burned on. It can also bring a scum-covered shower door to a shine. No other cleanser works as well for all of these tasks.” View PDF
“This unassuming product doesn’t offer any outrageous claims or fancy packaging, but what it lacks in pizazz, it makes up in cleaning power. Perfect for nonporous surfaces, like stainless steel, porcelain, ceramic and more, this cleanser can help make nearly every inch of your home sparkle.” View PDF
“This stuff’s a miracle. Got some old cookware covered in gunk? Dust some Bar Keeper’s Friend and on there and bring your pans back to life. Countertops looking a little punished? Bar Keeper’s Friend’s got your back. It specializes in stainless steel and has its PhD in filthy bathtubs. Honestly, it’s a little creepy how effective Bar Keeper’s Friend is when it comes to cleaning surfaces—the Amazon user reviews read more like testimonials from people who’ve just seen a new color.” View PDF
“Over time, hard-water runoff…leaves stubborn mineral stains on glass that normal washing can’t erase. So after a regular cleaning, Weingard wets the glass and gently “supercleans” it either with… Bar Keeper’s Friend, which contains oxalic acid. (Other brands of powder may scratch the glass or fail to remove stains.)” View PDF
“If you have a ceramic sink, scrub with Bar Keepers Friend, which will remove any stains and imperfections.” View PDF
“If you’re committed to getting your pan sparkly and completely stain-free, Bar Keeper’s Friend—a gentle, powdered “cleaning polish”—is the way to go.” View PDF
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“The solution—which won’t come as a surprise to you if you’re up to date on all of our enamel care news—is good old Bar Keeper’s Friend. And what a friend indeed!” View PDF
“…(if you do find the pan has black spots you can’t remove with dish soap, try Bar Keepers Friend).” View PDF
“Our biggest secret weapon? A powdered product called Bar Keepers Friend. We use it on everything … really cuts through grit and grime. It cleans glass-top stoves, counters, toilets, porcelain and more. Your sink will never be shinier.” View PDF
“Everyday Essentials: Bar Keepers Friend … makes faucets, tile and cookware sparkle and removes mineral stains and rust marks with minimal muscle.” View PDF
“Over time, oven racks can become layered with grease, grime and baked-on food…Can’t get everything off? McGee recommends scrubbing with a microfiber cloth and Bar Keepers Friend Cleanser.” View PDF
“Bar Keepers Friend powder is also quite handy if you have burns that just don’t seem to budge—mix it with a tiny bit of water, and scrub away.” View PDF
“We really, really love Bar Keepers Friend. It removes rust, polishes copper and brass, and gets after those hard water stains on your porcelain fixtures. It can be used for scrubbing and shining and polishing all manner of non-porous surfaces, really—even walls.” View PDF
“Clean off any gunk, grime, or rust by first washing your pan with hot, soapy water and a stiff bristle brush. Then sprinkle in a little Bar Keeper’s Friend and rub it around with a scrubby pad until the pan feels smooth.” View PDF
"... a grease-cutting cleaner like Bar Keeper’s Friend ... will make short work of any sticky residue." View Website