A "Gold Standard" in copper cleaning since 1947. Specially formulated to clean copper, stainless steel and brass with instant cleaning action-no rubbing or buffing. Restores copper to its original color and luster. Helps copper to resist tarnishing after use. Use on cookware, utensils, cabinet hardware, etc. Safe and effective on other metals. All of EZ Brite's products are phosphate-free. They never use bleach and nearly all of the products are 100% biodegradable and non-toxic. All of this allows solutions to return to the environment without adverse effects. EZ Brite also maintains a planet friendly manufacturing plant, recycling all possible materials from the manufacturing process and using recycled containers and products for the packaging and shipment of products whenever possible. Planet friendly, it matters! Penny Brite has been a premium, traditional copper cleaner in American homes since 1947. It is specially formulated to clean copper, stainless steel and brass with instant cleaning action--no rubbing or buffing. Its anti-tarnish formula helps it maintain its shine longer! Use Penny Brite on copper and stainless steel cookware, utensils, stainless steel sinks, stainless steel range tops and hoods, ceramics, brass hardware, automotive chrome and marine hardware. You will never find ammonia, chlorine, sulfuric acid or carcinogenic benzene derivatives in Penny Brite Copper Cleaner-no rubber gloves needed! 7oz jar with sponge applicator included. Not for use on Stainless Steel appliances
Penny and the swans
Penny decided it would be fun to swim after a pair of swans out in the lake. This was the furthest I'd ever seen her out in the water. Even with my zoom lens you can barely make out the top of her head, and the swan swimming away. Of course she had no chance of catching one. But she tried!
Oh Penny you silly girl!
Penny and her constant companion Giraffe keep me company while I embroider shirts. She humps it, I've caught her a few times, but not interfered. Very funny, and what harm is there in it? Both my dogs have a plushie fetish, wonder how that happened.