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== Description ==
  
[Purex Industrial] A registered trademark for a series of cleaning pad products. The original Billo [[steel|steel wool] cleaning pad was developed in 1913 by the Brillo Manufacturing Company. Brillo steel wood pads are composed of a fine grade steel wool pad embedded with a pinkish soap and baking powder. They were originally used to clean and polish [[aluminum]] cookware and utensils. Other Brillo products included All-Purpose cleaning pads made from [[polyurethane]] foam and Scrub n Toss pads composed of a dual layers of white([[rayon fiber|rayon]]/[[polypropylene]]) and blue ([[polyester fiber|polyester]]).
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[Purex Industrial] A registered trademark for a series of cleaning pad products. The original Billo [[steel|steel wool]] cleaning pad was developed in 1913 by the Brillo Manufacturing Company. Brillo steel wood pads are composed of a fine grade steel wool pad embedded with a pinkish soap and baking powder. They were originally used to clean and polish [[aluminum]] cookware and utensils. Other Brillo products included All-Purpose cleaning pads made from [[polyurethane]] foam and Scrub n Toss pads composed of a dual layers of white([[rayon fiber|rayon]]/[[polypropylene]]) and blue ([[polyester fiber|polyester]]).
  
 
== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
 
== Synonyms and Related Terms ==

Revision as of 11:13, 9 January 2014

Brillo steel wool pads

Description

[Purex Industrial] A registered trademark for a series of cleaning pad products. The original Billo steel wool cleaning pad was developed in 1913 by the Brillo Manufacturing Company. Brillo steel wood pads are composed of a fine grade steel wool pad embedded with a pinkish soap and baking powder. They were originally used to clean and polish aluminum cookware and utensils. Other Brillo products included All-Purpose cleaning pads made from polyurethane foam and Scrub n Toss pads composed of a dual layers of white(rayon/polypropylene) and blue (polyester).

Synonyms and Related Terms

steel wool; Brillo Scrub n Toss Cleaning Pads; Brillo All-purpose Cleaning Pads

Other Properties

Soap is soluble in water.

Hazards and Safety

Steel will rust and degrade. May contain trace levels of toxic or carcinogenic materials.

Additional Information

Brillo: Website

Authority

  • Product Information Comment: Product packaging
  • Random House, Random House, Webster's Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language, Grammercy Book, New York, 1997
  • The American Heritage Dictionary or Encarta, via Microsoft Bookshelf 98, Microsoft Corp., 1998

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