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Stainless steel appliances

Posted by karle13 (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 29, 13 at 13:24

What is the best way to clean SS appliances? Anything new on the market??

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RE: Stainless steel appliances

Spray W-D 40 on a soft cloth, wipe stainless steel clean. Then wipe good with dry soft cloth.

Try to touch nothing more than the door handle to prevent messy fingerprints all over the frig. Having said that, if you have children in the family, learn to live with a frig with fingerprints all the time, call them "love smudges".

Adults can do their share of finger prints/smudges too. Many will not wash/dry hands before going to frig to get things out and leaving not only fingerprints but also drips down front of frig.

RE: Stainless steel appliances

I use Sprayway Stainless Steel Cleaner or Sprayway Glass Cleaner (which is ammonia free) and a special (silver/gray in color) microfiber towel designed to be used with stainless steel.

Description of Spayway Stainless Steel Cleaner:

Cleans, polishes, preserves and protects stainless steel without hard rubbing and polishing. Resists finger prints, grease and water spatter. Helps preserve the factory finish.
Use on all types of stainless steel, window frames, trims, doors, corridor guards, kick plates, autoclaves, dishwashers, refrigerators, freezers, sterilizers, etc. Also excellent for chrome.


Here is a link that might be useful: Sam's Club - Sprayway Stainless Steel Cleaner

RE: Stainless steel appliances

Thank you!!just actually got back from Home Depot and found the Zep in the foam that I also read about, and found 409 stone and steel cleaner I am going to try! They did not have spray way there!

RE: Stainless steel appliances

A hospital where I was employed used something that smelled like WD-40.

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