Last week I did a little thrifting and, stopping by a local antique and collectibles market, found some dirty items. It's been a while since I've had time to go on a hunt, so I was pretty happy with my small finds. Back at home I grabbed the Bar Keeper's Friend and went to town. In very little time they were almost back to their original, shining finishes.
|The small sauteuse pan and square brass tray had certainly seen years of neglect. But at $12 for the pan and $3 for the tray I was more than willing to take the risk of them not coming clean.|
|Some Bar Keeper's Friend and a little elbow grease and the grime began to disappear instantly.|
|The brass tray came clean as well. The pan will clean up even more over time, use, and washing. I always clean the copper pots every time I use them, and never put them in the dishwasher.|
|I'm not sure where the tray will go, but the pot looks great joining the rest of my collection of copper. Even if I had to hang the lid on a different pot's handle.|