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Sunday
Oct032010

Easy Kitchen Refresher

If you have stainless steel pots like we do, you probably notice how dirty they can look after a few months of use.  I'm talking about the brown ring on the bottom of the pot that just won't wash off.

Scrubbing them also helps - yuck!We keep a few of ours hanging from rails, and they just look bad.  Same goes if you have a pot rack hanging above your kitchen island, etc.  Well, there is a super cheap and easy way to make your investment (the pots!) look new again.  Take a bottle of Bartenders Friend and rub it on the stain with a clean, dry cloth.

 

Buff & enjoy your sparkly, "new" pots and pans.

 

Easy, right?

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Reader Comments (4)

OMG! I just saw this on the Today show the other day and was totally skeptical. Glad to hear it works!

October 4, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterLiz

Really? Cool! I did this last year & figured it was probably time to post about it :) It made me realize that it needs to be done again, actually!

October 4, 2010 | Registered CommenterKristin

I LOVE Bar Keepers Friend! My sister gave it to me (along with other cleaning items) as a bridal shower gift. It's awesome :)

October 4, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAli @ His Birdie's Nest

I so need this for one of our All-Clad pieces - the inside is horrendous. Thanks for the rec!

October 4, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterStephanie Michele

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