Cleans where other fail. Works great on stainless steel sinks. Stainless steel. Porcelain. Ceramic. Since 1882. Cookware. Kitchen. Bathroom. Removes rust. Like Us: Facebook; Twitter; Instagram; Pinterest; YouTube. Copper. Brass. Fiberglass. Corian. Chrome. Aluminum. Kitchen: Use BKF to clean cookware, sinks, stoves, oven doors, backsplashes, non-stone countertops, and drained-floors. BKF will make your pots & pans shine like new. Use BKF to buff-out knife marks on ceramic plates. Read note below before cleaning appliance exteriors. Bathroom: Use BKF to clean sinks, tubs, showers, faucets, toilets, tile, and grout. BKF quickly and completely remove mineral deposits, soap scum, and rust stains. Outdoor: Use BKF to clean stainless steel grills, vinyl siding, tools, hardware, ornaments, boats and sporting equipment. Use BKF to clean vehicle surfaces that you have first tested. (Read note below.) Use a pail of water and sponge, or a hose, or rinse BKF. Once tried, always used. To read BKF user reviews - Google us. Questions or comments? 1-800-433-5818. www.barkeepersfriend.com. NSF: Nonfood compounds program listed (A1, A3, and A6). Recommended By: All-Clad, Build.com, Calphalon, Cutco, Dacor, Electrolux, Elkay, Franke, Formica, General Electric, Kohler, Tramontina, Viking, Volrath, and many others.
Eye irritant. Carefully read the precautions on the back. Caution: Contains oxalic acid. Do not ingest, inhale, or get in eyes. If accidentally ingested, drink milk (or water) and call a doctor. If in eyes, flush eyes with water for 15 minutes. Do not mix with other household chemicals, such as bleach, or ammonia. For prolonged use (or sensitive skin) use gloves. Do not inhale BKF dust. Wet BKF powder immediately after dispensing. Keep away from children. Harmful if swallowed. Note: May etch or dull delicate surfaces. Test a small, hidden area first. Rub extra gently on fiberglass, plastics, anodized aluminum and brushed metal surfaces such as appliance exteriors. Always rub in the direction of the brush lines. Do not use on: gold, silver (sterling silver is ok), polished stone or surfaces that are lacquered, painted, or mirrored. Safe for septic systems.