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Old 06-15-2009, 06:41 PM   #11
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Cameo works well on SS, too, but it might be just as hard on your hands as the BKF. I vote for using gloves.

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Old 06-15-2009, 08:07 PM   #12
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bkf cleans brass copper stainless etc. Bon Ami (silica from egg shells) polishes stainless and does not affect hands as much. It's very gentle, and should take care of any discoloration on stainless cookware.

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Old 07-08-2009, 08:22 PM   #13
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I'm using something right now called "Kleen King". They don't carry BKF at the commissary, and I just didn't feel like going to two stores this time around, so I'm trying it. It works pretty well. It may be worth a try....
I usually use the BKF with a bit of soap and water and my non-abrasinve sponge when I'm doing dishes. I used to have Towne Craft, and that's how they showed me to clean it, and it works well for me. Then the film washes away when I rinse, and I spray out my sink when I'm done washing dishes.

I also love my All-Clad, and agree with Uncle Bob about buying a retaiol-priced set. I made that mistake, and have a few pans that I don't use, and have had to buy a few more to complete my set.

The Baker's Catalogue offers cookware that I'm sure is All-Clad, but doesn't bear the name. They just kind of hint at it....

The May/June issue of Cook's Illustrated has a review of cookware sets, as well as price comparisons, and their own recommendations for a set, and it's price. Too bad they didn't publish this two years ago when I bought my cookware.

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