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What Will Clean The Knobs on Faberware

I bought a set of Faberware to put in an apartment I lease out. When I first got them I washed them thorougly and noticed that the knobs on all of them had a sticky feeling to them. I thought perhaps after they were used maybe the heat would 'cook off' whatever residue was on them. No such luck. They still feel greasy and sticky. Any suggestions as to what will remove whatever is on them?

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Strainer NEW
by: kiksan

A kitchen device that is most used to strain liquids away from other ingredients but also to ocassionally sift fine ingredients away from larger ingredients. The Strainer may be formed as a spoon-shaped utensil or a basket-shaped strainer from various materials such as metal, nylon or cloth. Some Strainers with mesh screens have various densities of screening that range from fine to very coarse screens. Finer screens keep very tiny particles from being released while the more coarse strainers are often used simply to hold or retrieve larger food items such as fried foods that are removed from hot oils as they cook.YOU CAN FIND MORE DETAILS FROM THIS URL :http://www.bestkitchencookwaresets.com/best-kitchen-cookware/

Oct 26, 2017
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Strainer NEW
by: kiksan

A kitchen device that is most used to strain liquids away from other ingredients but also to ocassionally sift fine ingredients away from larger ingredients. The Strainer may be formed as a spoon-shaped utensil or a basket-shaped strainer from various materials such as metal, nylon or cloth. Some Strainers with mesh screens have various densities of screening that range from fine to very coarse screens. Finer screens keep very tiny particles from being released while the more coarse strainers are often used simply to hold or retrieve larger food items such as fried foods that are removed from hot oils as they cook.YOU CAN FIND MORE DETAILS FROM THIS URL :http://www.bestkitchencookwaresets.com/best-kitchen-cookware/

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