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IRNWKRSWIFE Posts: 801
5/7/08 4:47 P

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googled, and seen this as well. Gawd, i love the internet!

RE: Cleaning Stainless Steel Appliances
Post By Kim (Guest Post) (01/04/2008)

I just used Old English furniture polish because I didn't have any pledge. It worked beautifully! I cleaned everything with Windex first to remove dirt and dust and then polished them up and they look better than they ever have!


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5/7/08 4:46 P

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Daisy, I heard that as well. But be careful, don't want any of that residue on food surfaces eww.

Also after cleaning, a thin layer of baby oil makes it shine and easier to clean next time.

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5/7/08 3:27 P

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WD-40! Seriously, I just read this tip yesterday in a magazine. We don't have stainless steel appliances but we have a stainless steel trash can and I plan to try it out.

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5/7/08 3:22 P

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I love this stuff....
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I bought a really expensive set of Carico pans and this stuff works incredible. It says it works on stainless steel as well.

Good luck.

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5/7/08 3:17 P

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for the top? Ive always used fantastic antibacterial and cleans up nice no streaks or anything. You can always try windex, that makes all my appliances shine after my cleaning binge lol

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5/7/08 3:16 P

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i use the pledge stainless steel wipes... they seem to do the trick! although only my fridge and dishwasher are stainless right now, and they dont really get any grease on them, so im not too sure how good they are at cutting stovetop messes!

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5/7/08 3:12 P

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I have stainless steel appliances. I have tried a few stainless steel appliance cleaners. However, they don't cut grease and grime very easily and they leave streaks unless I polish, polish, polish. Does anyone have this problem and a SOLUTION? Thanks! (I know this is not a DIET question - but cleaning is part of my daily exercise) haha

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