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scour

(skour)
n.
scours(used with a sing. or pl. verb) Diarrhea in livestock.

scour′er n.
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Ecoforce is a range of practical, effective household products made entirely from recycled materials including recycled kitchen sponges, scourers, cloths, dusters, recycled pegs, pegbasket and clothes lines.
Michael Dwyer, Managing Director of the firm, said that the company's optimistic attitude is attributed to the enhancement of its two wool scourers, low stockpiling and improved trading in the market and also the efforts that it had employed for marketing its products.
Under the CareFree Kitchen heading is Spin N' Stir cookware, which features spinning prongs under the glass lid that stir the pot's contents; a line of metal bakeware with silicone handles; Mix N' Stir drink pitchers that feature a mixing propeller on the bottom that stirs the liquids; meal preparation items, such as a salad spinner, fruit peeler, drink mixer and one-hand pepper grinder, among other items; and several home cleaning items, such as cleaning brushes and scourers. One of the highlights of the company's assortment is its two-tone silicone bakeware, which "features a double-layering process and uses fume silica as opposed to precipitated silica, making the product 30 percent stronger," according to Nicholson.
Handy tough scourers from Spontex are great for this.
Do not use bleach or abrasive scourers or cleaners for stubborn residue.
She started to collect pot scourers. She had a big cardboard box out in the back balcony.
'The Classer' looks at the work of Australia's early pastoralists - wool classers, scourers and shearers - and brings to life the rich history of the country's wool industry, according to the Gold Coast Bulletin.
BATHROOM CLEANERS: Relentless advertising has convinced us that it takes a small army of products just to clean the bathroom: toilet cleaners, tile scrubbers, sink and tub scourers, antibacterial cleaners, mold and mildew fighters, deodorizers, and stain removers.
Add a shelf to the under-sink cupboard with shoe-boxes to hold small items like scourers, packs of dishcloths, soap and so on.
She punched and kicked the dad of four, stamped on his head and body, tightened a scarf around his neck and forced scourers into his throat, shutting his airway.
In fact, washing up brushes, scourers and dish cloths can all be home to some horrid sickness–inducing germs including E.coli, salmonella, MRSA and the flu virus.