scouring pad


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a small abrasive cleaning pad used for scouring pots and pans

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If you have a stain on your uPVC, don't be tempted to use a scouring pad or wire brush - it's easy to scratch and damage a PVC surface
Now, when rats were placed into the saline-paired compartment, half found something new there-a white sock, a little piece of PVC pipe, a plastic scouring pad or balled-up newspaper.
The outdoor scouring pad comes in soft, hard and heavy-duty versions.
But he suddenly found his right hand was stuck to the worktop, and nail varnish remover, hot soapy water and a scouring pad would not shift it.
A modern product that also works is the type of scouring pad made for stainless-steel sinks and cookware.
Despite looking like a black scouring pad and acquiring a spongy texture and bland flavour when cooked, the so-called facai alga is a highly desirable--and pricey--delicacy because of its name's similarity to the Chinese for'get rich'.
If spots have dried and are especially stubborn, a plastic (non-metallic), non-abrasive scouring pad may be used.
In this case, you'll have to get down on your hands and knees and remove it using white spirit, steel wool or a scouring pad, and a good old-fashioned dose of elbow grease.
Such products are typically applied with a bristled scrub brush, sponge, scouring pad or damp cloth.
To keep bacteria from growing, put your sponge or scouring pad in the dishwasher every time you run it.
Howard Korder takes a scouring pad to the platitudes of U.
Firstly, it was our Mr Merryweather's findings, his bald patch being at the back, that he required the not-inexpensive services of an assistant to follow several paces behind him, in order to carry out the application instructions on the bottle, ie that Nu-Curl shou ld be rubbed on at hourly intervals using a consistent circular motion, with a toothbrush or a scouring pad.
Scraper such as a serrated-edge spoon, melon bailer, plastic pot scaper, or metal scouring pad
This versatile item drives three attachable tools: a 41/4" scouring pad for lifting grime and mold from tub and tile; a two-inch cylindrical detail brush to get at dirt nestled around fixtures and in corners; and a short-bristled 4 1/4" circular brush to scrub sediment deposits from grout lines.