Bar Keepers Friend is a product I’ve always used to clean copper bottom pots. I kept a can of Bar Keepers Friend, under the kitchen sink, and basically only used it on my copper. I never took the time to read the label on Bar Keepers Friend, and it wasn’t until about a week ago, that I discovered more uses for Bar Keepers Friend.
As mentioned in earlier article, in my quest to get the ceramic tiles in our bathroom back to their original luster, the only product I could find to do the job was Bar Keepers Friend. Just the other day, as a fluke, I decided to use it to clean the bathroom sink, and was amazed how well it worked. I had water rings in the sink, and a few on the chrome faucets. I had always used the foam spray cleaners (hate the fumes), but they were quick and easy. With the Bar Keepers Friend, I sprinkled a little in the sink, and with just a little effort, the sink is now as shiney as it was when it was new. The faucets are now void of those nasty water rings. I love this product.
If you take the time to read the label on Bar Keepers Friend, it is great for removing rust, cleaning copper, stainless steel, fiberglass, porcelain, glass cooktops, tile and brass. With such a wide range of uses, it eliminates the need to have cans and bottles of a lot of other cleaning products. Plus, it doesn’t have fumes. How great is that?
I can always find Bar Keepers Friend at the grocery store, in the cleanser section, as well as in most variety stores, that sell cleaning products. Checkout their website at www.barkeepersfriend.com , if you can’t find Bar Keepers Friend in a store near you. They also list how to use their products, and on what surfaces to use them.
I am a loyal user of Bar Keepers Friend Cleanser and Polish. It’s my desire to share with you, products that I find that make my life easier. Hopefully, this one will work as well for you.
Warning: Remember to read the label on the can, as it is not suitable for all surfaces, nor should it be mixed with other cleaning products.