Wenol Metal Polish
This is my first time posting in the cookware section and I need to ask the experts a question. We have always cleaned our stainless Calphalon cookware with Pennybrite; however, our grocery store has recently stopped carrying it (and no other store in our area does). So, in pursuit of a new cleaner, I tried the obvious suspects such as Barkeepers Friend, but it didn't have the same cleaning ability as the Pennybrite. I went on William-Sonoma's website to look for a new brand when I found Wenol. I quickly ordered some and it arrived today. I read the instructions on the box along with the warning labels. The warning label states that you should avoid contact with skin. My question is, if you're supposed to avoid contact with skin, should you polish your cookware with it? It's a general rule that what's not good for the skin is probably not good for the alimentary canal. I think it's obvious that some of the polish is not going to come off of the pan after buffing. Your thoughts?