IF LOOKS COULD GRILL – HOW TO CLEAN UP YOUR BARBECUE ACT THIS SUMMER
If your barbecue grill is covered in grease and gunk look no further than Bar Keepers Friend, a specialist cleaning range with a non-bleach formula that’s ideal for use on the barbie.
It removes stubborn stains and cuts through grease, gunk, rust, oil, baked on food debris and everyday grime giving great results every time.
As well as barbecues and grills, it cleans work surfaces (is recommended by Corian), cookers, cookware, sinks, toilets as well tiles, brass, copper, ceramics, glass, metals and many more. BKF cleans and shines stainless steel beautifully, unlike other top-selling cleansers containing chlorine bleach which are not recommended for use on stainless steel. BKF benefits from the unique cleaning power of Oxalic Acid (found in rhubarb, parsley and chives) and when combined with its unique mineral base and surfactant blend, delivers a unique cleaning performance.
Simply sprinkle Bar Keepers Friend onto a wet cloth, rub your barbecue grill gently, then rinse off. For really stubborn stains, make a past with water, apply, leave for one minute then rinse off.
BKF owes its existence to rhubarb! Back in 1882 a chemist from Indianapolis noticed how clean and shiny his tarnished pot was after cooking rhubarb. Using an active ingredient that’s found in the plant he made a talcum smooth cleaner and sold it to the city’s taverns. It worked so well that it was called ‘Bar Keepers Friend’! BKF boasts a long and successful heritage that few modern day equivalent products can match.
BKF is available in Robert Dyas, Lakeland, John Lewis, Waitrose, B & Q, independent homeware/hardware stores or online at www.kilrock.co.uk. It is distributed in the UK by Kilrock Products Ltd.