Howard’s makes so many wonderful products, and
It’s so easy to use. Shake well and spray Clean-A-Finish on a soft cloth. ( I had to pump it about 20 times before it started spraying) Use an old t-shirt something that is lint free. Rub with a circular motion to loosen up dirt and grime. Wipe clean with a soft cloth and then wipe dry. Use it on wooden chairs that need cleaning on the arms to remove oil. Clean off a desk that gets constant handprints. I used it on a rubber Fitbit band that I wear every day and was in shock ….my “clean” Fitbit really was green and bright. It’s really versatile. It’s made of bio-degradable soaps and contains no ammonia or bleach. It has a light soap fragrance. You should be able to find it at your local hardware store right next to the other great Howard Products.
Use coupon code CF0529-5 to receive a 20% discount on your purchase of Clean-A-Finish!
New week I want to tell you about a brand new Howard product….I should have up a picture on the website that shows before and after….have a blessed week.
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Question: I left a cast iron pan in my porcelain sink for just a short time and got a light rust stain. I've tried all the household remedies and have lightened it some but I'd like to get the rest of the stain out is possible without damaging the finish. Can you help? Appreciate any suggestions you may have. And I totally enjoy and use many of your tips.
Answer: There is a product by
Question: I read your home improvement column all the time, and appreciate the advice you give, saving many of your columns for future use. But now I am in need of your advice on how to clean and seal if necessary, patio tables with stone tops. They are pieces that came with a 7 piece cast aluminum patio set we purchased several years ago. I believe the tops are stone. The instructions say to clean w/ a soft sponge, mild detergent and clean water, not using abrasive materials, cleansers or bleach products. My tables have been on the patio for at least 5 years and I have never sealed the tabletops with a marble sealer, so, my bad!
Answer: There is a product made by Moldex called