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    Posted: 12 Jun 2019 at 9:30pm
 Howdy,,,,,,,just thought I would let ya'll know,,I am a bonafide house keeper for sure,,,but,,,,but,,,I don't do windows,,,,,,,,,,yetWink 
 Since I have been the head ni,,,,errrrrr the head chief,,,no,,that ain't it either,,,chit how's bout the chief of the house,,,,OK ,,enough foolishness,,,,,Wink
 For those that do know,,,I been taking care of all the household needs both inside and out for sometime and doin a pretty fair job if I do say so. 
  Some time ago, I posted bout trying to clean our cookware. This set was given to us by our #4 Son and is a real nice set of Stainless Steel pots and pans,,very thick material.
 Due to my not knowin all I needed to know bout pots and pans,,,they started to get some tan-bronze colored stains both inside and outside.  The stains were dang near impossible to remove by regular means,,,,that dang Shameless suggested I use  a dang grinder,,,,jimmimmyyyy,,,a grinder??  I tried all sorts of things but nothing short of sandblasting em,,,
 I finally contacted the makers,,Calphalon,,  to see what they suggested and they didn't offer nuttin but "don't let it happen",,,well Kiss my toolie-wak,,,don't let it happen,,,,,!!! I was checkin out some YouTube videos and lo and behold,,,this dude is using a product called "Bar Keeper's Friend" so,,I go to Walmart and they have one can and,,,,I want ya'll to know thet chit REALLY WORKS !!! The company has been around since 1887!!!  It took me bout 2 hours to clean all the pots and pans but they look like new,,,!!!!!
 The Wife is SOOoooo proud of ole Joe right now,,,chit I might get some ,,,,,,lucky,,,,Clap
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Thanks Joe. I have sorta the same problem. So, I'll look at Walmart.    Leon
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Bon-Ami and Ajax are two others that work too.
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and some elbow grease...
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 JC,,,,,! Its good to hear from you,,,,what's keeping you so dang busy these days,,,,??
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we got "Lifetime" stainless cookware years ago,, the salesman said they recommend Cameo,, a brillo product,, itsa stainless/aluminum polish and ya gots to use it or stuff will stick really bad...
its polly along the same lines as the others...
 
oven cleaner might be a better choice than the grinder....
 
 


Edited by Michael V (NM) - 13 Jun 2019 at 4:01pm
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Sounds like y'all need red copper pans...

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Dave, do you ever get out of the computer chair, even if to go to the outhouse?
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Originally posted by Michael V (NM) Michael V (NM) wrote:

we got "Lifetime" stainless cookware years ago,, the salesman said they recommend Cameo,, a brillo product,, itsa stainless/aluminum polish and ya gots to use it or stuff will stick really bad...
its polly along the same lines as the others...
 
oven cleaner might be a better choice than the grinder....
 
 

   Yeah,,,Michael,,,,thas what he said,,,,,makes you wonder  why,,,,UMmmm,,,never mind,,,,,LOL
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I don't use the ghrinding wheel...it's that....chit...dunno what it's called but it takes paint off metal real good too. shines them right up! and no chemicals!
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Are ye thinking about that stuff called brake fluid?
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nawwwww….it's a wheel, looks like a bunch of spider webs glued together, a little more aggressive than sanding wheel.
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Originally posted by shameless dude shameless dude wrote:

I don't use the ghrinding wheel...it's that....chit...dunno what it's called but it takes paint off metal real good too. shines them right up! and no chemicals!

 I know what you talkin bout, Shameless,,,,but you gotta remember, them flap wheels take off a lot of METAL as well,,,and,,,,the coarser the metal finish,,the faster them pores get clogged up with,,,,with,,,,chit ..never mind,,,,,Wink
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Joe isn't that brown build up the same carbon that everyone strives for in cast iron to make it nonstick. Just gotta let it go longer.  Remember Chrome May Shine But Chrome Don't Get You Home. Wink
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The wife and I use "Bar Keepers Friend".
It cleans everything we have tried it on, cleans marks off the sink, etc., easily!
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 Yeah,,JoeO,,I'm rely impressed with the Bar Keepers Friend,,,but I ain't gonna let them pots and pans go near that long again,,,,whew,,,,LOL
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it ain't a flap wheel either
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