WALLED LAKE, Mich. — The Brillo scrubbing pad will turn 100 next year. “Brillo has been cleaning American households for a century now,” John Armaly Jr., president and chief executive officer of Armaly Brands, maker of Brillo Soap Pads and Brillo Estracell sponges, said in a statement. The brand was born with the advent of aluminum pots and pans, which replaced heavy cast iron cookware in homes throughout the nation. The coal-fired stoves of the day quickly blackened ...

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