Brillo pad


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Brillo pad

or

Brillo

n
a scouring pad made of wire wool filled with soap
Translations

Brillo pad

® [ˈbrɪləʊˌpæd] Nestropajo m de aluminio

Brillo pad®

nScheuertuch nt (aus Stahlwolle)
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Not for them the brown burn marks on the underside of their precious tool - they would never forget the iron face-down on a nylon shirt, so sticky bits get stuck to the metal and you have to scrub it with a brillo pad over the sink.
The film includes the line "That's not a Brillo pad, it's a ball of pubic hair," which is not a line you want to hear in any film ever.
Back on the hot slab I was showered down and Raya went to work with what I thought must be a brillo pad for scrubbing dirty saucepans but it was in fact a simple spiky glove.
For the people sitting directly behind her, I can only imagine it was akin to watching a concert through an enormous Silvikrin-infused Brillo pad.
Everton possess their own smattering of influential players - new centre-forward Nikica Jelavic, on-loan Steven Pienaar, brillo pad Marouane Fellaini, the leaping Tim Cahill, and two more than decent centre-halves Phil Jagielka and Sylvain Distin.
One minute I'm absorbed by her description of the Roman slavery system, the next I'm picturing how much better her long, Brillo Pad locks would look shaped into a choppy bob, or a Judi Dench crop or, if we're sticking with eccentric academic chic, just swept up into a bluestocking's bun.
Use a SOS or Brillo pad to remove any moldy leftovers.
If he'd only worn the pink wig instead of that undersized afro wig, which looked like a beanie made out of an old Brillo pad, Jamaican drug lord Christopher "Dudus" Coke might not have been caught and extradited to New York City to face a variety of felony charges.
Unfortunately for her, the focus of attention was not her impossibly long legs or enviably trim bottom but the fact that her knees looked as though she'd spent the morning cleaning doorsteps and used a Brillo pad as an exfoliator," writes the Daily Mail's Claudia Connell gleefully.
It looks like the Lord took a Brillo pad and scrubbed the ground," said Tennessee governor Phil Bredesen.
If there's a cleanup on Aisle 5, we aren't sending some underpaid great-grandmother over there with a Brillo pad and bucket.