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Have I ruined my cooked hood??

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PingPongBat Mon 27-Feb-17 16:57:38

I have one of these Elica wall mounted stainless steel hoods and I've been trying to clean it but I think I may have goofed. It's looking really streaky and my son thinks I may have rubbed off the protective surface, but I've only used normal kitchen cleaners (nothing extra strong) so I'm not sure what to do! This is what it looks like now sad Does anyone have one of these? how do you clean it?

PingPongBat Mon 27-Feb-17 16:58:20

of course I mean cooker hood, not cooked... !

Justmuddlingalong Mon 27-Feb-17 17:03:32

Baby oil. Really.

PingPongBat Mon 27-Feb-17 17:24:44

I don't have any baby oil, would olive oil do maybe?

Justmuddlingalong Mon 27-Feb-17 18:08:46

Yes. That would do fine. Wipe it on, going with the grain on the stainless steel.

supadupapupascupa Mon 27-Feb-17 18:10:08

ooh marking! does this actually work???

hollinhurst84 Mon 27-Feb-17 18:25:35

Yes. Baby oil, I sort of polish it up after applying with a soft cloth

May09Bump Mon 27-Feb-17 21:17:39

Use weber stainless steel BBQ cleaner - don't need to polish as much as baby oil. Even my professional oven cleaner guy was amazed by it. I use it on all my stainless steel kitchen stuff including a samsung american F/F . A little goes a long way - i just use it on plenty kitchen towel or microfibre duster.

PingPongBat Mon 27-Feb-17 22:23:29

Thanks! I've had a go with olive oil and it looks a lot better... phew! smile

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