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General question related to stainless steel appliances.

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2:12 pm
December 22, 2011


errin

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I have sold appliances for 13 years.  the best product i've found-Bosch stainless steel cleaning wipes.  These have made my life far easier maintaining my showroom full of stainless steel, and my own appliances.  The do not streak, leave a great shine, and repel prints from sticking.

Tough part is they are hard to locate.  try calling Bosch, or us at Ferguson Appliances:

701-237-4131.


good luck!

1:49 pm
May 21, 2011


Vicki

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Hi Daniel,

I've been selling appliances at Lowe's for almost 5 years, so I've tried EVERYTHING to clean stainless. The best thing I've ever found to clean stainless is Pledge furniture polish. Spray on a thin, even coat, and wipe it with a rag (NOT a paper towel) until the entire surface is coated evenly and no streaks show. Once it starts to dry, buff it with another dry rag. With a little practice, this technique gives your stainless an even, streak-free shine that keeps well even in a retail environment. If you just want a quick touchup, Mr Clean Magic Eraser does a decent job. If you don't have any Pledge, WD-40 gives a nice shine, although it tends to get very streaky, and it's flammable, so DON'T use it on cooking appliances! Stainless steel loves oil (that's why fingerprints show so badly), so there are a number of oil-based cleaners you can try. Everybody recommends something different. I've even heard of people using a thin coat of vegetable oil, but personally, I think that would get a little yucky!

Hope this helps!

Vicki

7:38 am
May 19, 2011


Daniel Smith

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Post edited 1:38 pm – May 19, 2011 by Daniel Smith


Hello,

I want to know about how people clean stainless steel appliances when cleaners are not available. Can anyone help me in this regard??


Thanks

Daniel Smith




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