Bar Keepers Friend Stain Remover -Review

I have a stained (!!) stainless steel sink in the caravan, almost like a tea stain but impossible to remove with just a scourer. I also felt that my vain attempts in the past with a scourer were actually scratching the surface of the sink so I left it.

Bar Keepers Friend, part of the Kilrock group, stain Remover was recommended by a friend. Now to see if it does what it says on the bottle. Reading the instructions it’s very reminiscent of my youth when I worked in McDonald’s with a vast amount of stainless steel that needed cleaning, I felt in good hands. The contents of the bottle is a white powder that when a small amount is put on a damp cloth or mixed into a paste with a tiny sprinkling of water on a damp cloth creates an excellent cleaning product.

The stain rubbed away with very little effort and no scratching. A quick wipe with a wet cloth and my sink looks sparkly and new again.

So, a stain that has annoyed me for nearly a year has gone, with ease. I also now have a shiny stainless steel sink that looks possibly better than the day we bought the caravan.

This product claims to remove stains off practically every surface you could think of, ceramic, granite, copper, plastic and laminate to name but a few.

At approximately £2.99 a bottle to me you can’t go wrong. Once this bottle is empty I’ll definitely be replacing it. It’s a must have ‘under the kitchen sink product’. Now, let’s look for another stain…

For further product information, reviews or to purchase follow this link: Homecare Bar Keepers Friend Stain Remover 115102


Media Pack PDF available on request via Contact Us

Comments are closed.

Create a website or blog at

Up ↑

Freedom Jetstream 1st Class

Good things come in small packages

cfrocker8889's Blog

A topnotch site

Love Travelling

Travel diaries providing inspiration for fellow travellers

Matilda's Travels

Our new Motorhome blog can be found here

Going Nomad

Our Journey Renovating, Living and Travelling In A Vintage Mercedes Motorhome

Back on the road again

Frugal travellers with a blue campervan


my journey in to the world of caravanning


A personal take by Christopher Macgowan on tourism, travel and motorhomes.

Matildas Musings

A blog written by Matilda - the "old lady" classic tandem - and her Musings about her adventures, trials and tribulations with the "old git" and Chief Pilot, aka Colin and the "old gal" and Chief Stoker (as well as Chief Engineer) aka Diane.

%d bloggers like this: