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How to remove stubborn stains from stainless steel cookware
A product that actually works
by Lorenz Prem on 04-29-2016 1:03 pm

Most brands of dish soap are only effective atremoving food residue and oils that sit on the surface of thesteel. Stains that have fused to your cookware through excessiveheat are a different, more difficult foe. You need an entiredifferent cleaning product to tackle these stain.

How it works

The secret to removing tough stains from stainless steelcookware is a product called BarKeeper's Friend. Rather than binding oils with soap, BarKeeper's Friend uses an acid that won't harm st

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