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Cleaning front of dish-washer

Posted by paulasims (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 18, 08 at 10:06

Hi there,
I have a dishwasher with a black reflective surface and I'm having a nasty time trying to clean it and keeping it clean and streak free. Any suggestions???

Thanks so much


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RE: Cleaning front of dish-washer

Try rubbing alcohol on a piece of paper towel. wipe with that.
Linda C

RE: Cleaning front of dish-washer

I wipe my black dishwasher with a damp (not wet) cloth and then follow up with a dry microfiber cloth. Very little effort involved and it is streak free. I do the same on my black range front and my black microwave front. I have found that microfiber is the cure for most things that get smeared or streaked -- my eyeglasses, the mirrors, bathroom tiles, granite, stainless steel, windows, etc. They require no special cleaners (just water) and they are washable and re-usable.

RE: Cleaning front of dish-washer

I agree with chickadeead. The microfiber with little water works wonders.
I have a simple human microfiber sponge mitt. They're about $5 at Bed Bath and Beyond.

Here is a link that might be useful: simple human microfiber sponge mitt

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