i have some copper bottomed pots that i tried this with but it didn't really work. They weren't very well cared for and i guess theres cooked on grease etc. how can i clean them so that this technique will polish them up? I've tried baking soda, but its not quite enough. Anyone?
How to Clean Copper with Just Lemon & Salt
|2/7/12 8:09 PM|
i like to vacuum it too. hoovers out all the misc crumbs and pet hairs that get lodged in there.
How To Make Cleaning Your Keyboard a Little Easier
|2/6/12 4:20 PM|
I bought plastic cd envelopes at Staples and ditched the clunky plastic dvd boxes. I got a few Stockholm storage boxes from the Container store and now I have them alphabetized and they take up waaaaay less space.
How to Downsize Movie & Music Collections
|1/26/12 10:56 AM|
You didn't mention scrubbing pots and pans with it. Its just abrasive enough to get off cooked on messes without scratching. I use it in a paste to make my enameled Le Creuset pan gleam after cooking and baking with it. I love baking soda!
Tips & Tricks: Using Baking Soda Around the Home
|1/26/12 10:46 AM|
I probably shouldn't admit this online, but I work for C&B. The suggestion to get the Petrie professionally cleaned is absolutely the best option for you. Spot cleaning is just for that very thing, if you get a spot of something on it and need to, not as a solution to clean an entire piece. The fabric is a wool blend so professional cleaning is a must. With proper care it can last for years.
Slipcover for the Crate & Barrel Petrie Sofa?
|1/2/12 9:24 PM|