- Nov 5, 2020
This Kotton Klenser looks just like GoJo and some people think it's about the same thing. I have both and appreciate your comments on the cleaning process.Nice old clock and should clean up nicely.
Never heard of that product but I looked it up, and I wouldn't hesitate to try it. Don't think it would hurt it at all to clean it with warm soapy water and use a brush around the hard to get areas. And dry it quickly after, preferably with compressed air.
Personally I like to use "GoJo" with 0000 steel wool. It's a hand cleaner for mechanics, etc.
Appreciate your comments. I'll have to check my GOJO and see if it is without pumice. I really like the way Kotton Klenser cleans the wood and seems to bring back the original finish but maybe GOJO does about the same thing but at a cheaper cost.Kotten Kleanser is a good choice and you can use it on the black mantel, I use it to clean clock cases all the time. As the previous poster mentioned, GOJO is an excellent cost effective choice as well. Just make sure you use the the GOJO without pumice.
I use GOJO exclusively. I have the regular non-abrasive and NATURAL ORANGE GOJO (not FAST) which is described as "smooth". No abrasives. I sometimes use a soft toothbrush for the nooks and crannies.Appreciate your comments. I'll have to check my GOJO and see if it is without pumice. I really like the way Kotton Klenser cleans the wood and seems to bring back the original finish but maybe GOJO does about the same thing but at a cheaper cost.
Just looked it up, so pumice is the rough gritty material the put in the FAST ORANGE hand cleaner.