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    Quote Originally Posted by Pabloz View Post
    Gotta try this...might be the smart way to work.

    PZ
    It really is

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    Thanks that BKF works great for cleaning diamond plates,got a 4" scrub brush wt. handle.I like cheap fixes that work.What else is that BKF good for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithsaltydog View Post
    Thanks that BKF works great for cleaning diamond plates,got a 4" scrub brush wt. handle.I like cheap fixes that work.What else is that BKF good for?
    Everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithsaltydog View Post
    What else is that BKF good for?
    Can't beat it for cleaning copper pots.

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    whats the BKF ?? transcribe please

    wanna clean my Atoma 140

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    Quote Originally Posted by gentlecook View Post
    whats the BKF ?? transcribe please
    Bar Keepers Friend.

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    Bar Keepers Friend is really good stuff. Works great on diamond plates and it's also the best product I have found for just cleaning my SS cookware. It just works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gentlecook View Post
    whats the BKF ?? transcribe please

    wanna clean my Atoma 140
    From Wikipedia:

    "Bar Keepers Friend is a powdered cleaning product made by SerVaas Laboratories in Indianapolis, Indiana.[1] It's been produced since 1882, and was invented by a chemist in Indianapolis, where the product continues to be manufactured.[2] It has since become the base of a line of cleaning products by SerVaas, who started producing and carrying the product under the Bar Keepers Friend name in the 1950s. Unlike similar abrasive cleaning products, such as Comet and Ajax, Bar Keepers Friend uses oxalic acid as its active ingredient."

    It's probably going to be a bit hard to find where you are, so you may want to try a scouring powder that is available locally.

    Rick

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