Can anything "seal" stainless steel appliances?
I have a stainless steel refrigerator with ice and water in the door.
Water dribbles in dispenser housing and people don't notice or bother to wipe it up, so it leaves near permanent water stains.
I got 95% of it off with a lot of effort, baking soda and Barkeepers Friend. I can see dark grey residue on the cleaning cloth when I use BKF, so it looks like it is scraping off some of the stainless steel each time I use it. So, I don't think this is a long term solution since it will cause damage over time.
It seems like it would have been smarter if the fridge manufacturers would either made the housing plastic or else put a clear plastic or even glass liner in that area to keep the water dispenser housing from being stained with water marks.
Is there anything that can be used as a sealer on stainless steel that will keep water marks from sticking to and penetrating the stainless steel so water drip marks can be just wiped off instead of needing scrubbing?