I need a cleaner for my knitting needles of all materials: bamboo. wood, skacel metal or whatever that is, and plastic.
I am reorganizing all my needles and yarns and I noticed some are dirty
I don't have bamboo/wood needles; but all mine I just use a damp rag.
A little warm water and hand soap or Dawn would probably do it.
The bamboo or wood can be cleaned with just wax paper. That works for me very good, and it also makes the yarn slip better over the needles. That is all I use and I have needles that are very old.
Thank you both, Happy Memorial Day Weekend.
Just plain old soap and warm water should do it.
I little dish soap and water should do it. Think of wooden salad bowls, plastic cooking utensils and stainless steel cookware.
I use warm water and a little dish soap too if needed. Rub wood or bamboo with wax paper. I have a couple of brass (I think) Addi fixed circulars and have used a tiny bit of Bar Keepers Friend to clean them when they were a little tarnished. That would probably work on any metal or plastic needles I think.
Dawn dish soap and water, or Windex on a paper towel followed by a wax paper treatment (re doing as needed). I keep a folded sheet of wax paper by my knitting needle jar
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Really, where can I buy that, on Amazon?