- Can you tell me what grade of copper is used in the Chore Boy Pure Copper Scrubbers?
- Are there other ingredients in the Chore Boy Copper Scrubbers?
- My Chore Boy Copper Scrubbers smells like mildew/mold. Are these pads treated with anything after they are assembled?
- What Are Copper Scrubbers Recommended For?
- What are the Stainless Steel Scouring Pads recommended for?
- Is Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloths all natural?
- What is the Chore Boy Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloth treated with?
- Can I use Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloths to scrub my vegetables?
- What is Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloth recommended for?
- Can I put my Chore Boy Golden Fleece scrubbing cloth in the microwave to sanitize it?
- Will the Chore Boy Golden Fleece scrubbers pose health concerns to my family?
- Are Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloths toxic?
- What makes the Chore Boy sponges moist inside the package?
- Do any of the Chore Boy sponges have a polyfoam backing instead of cellulose?
- What is the Heavy Duty sponge recommended for?
- What is the All Purpose sponge recommended for?
These scrubbers are 99.997% pure copper.
Mineral oil is used to draw, spool, and unspool the copper wire. In addition, it helps to make the manufacturing process easier and protects the wire from scratches during use.
Chore Boy Copper Scouring Pads do not have any type of overlay coating on the finished product. However, we do use a wire drawing process that pulls the product through an oil-based lubricant for manufacturing purposes. Most of this solution will dissipate or evaporate with exposure and the rest will wear off over time.
These scrubbers are recommended for cleaning copper and aluminum cookware, broiler pans, barbecue grills, stove burners, and oven racks.
Cast iron, indoor and outdoor grills, workshop, and tools.
No, the terry cloth is treated chemically to produce Golden Fleece.
The Golden Fleece scrubbing cloth is a terry cloth that has been treated with special materials such as surfactant, abrasives, binder (to make them stick to the cloth), and colorant.
Brushed stainless steel, cutting boards, oven racks, cooking utensils, pots and pans, trash containers, cast iron, and golf clubs.
This product has not been tested in this manner.
They are treated with an abrasive, some binder, and a colorant; and they will not present any health hazards to the family.
A salt and water solution is used to keep them soft.
No, all Chore Boy sponges are cellulose.
Cookware, pots, pans, countertops, stovetops, ovens, refridgerators, and kitchen sinks.
Non-stick surfaces, china, microwave ovens, cookware, dishes, and glassware.