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how can I make my new stainless steel kettle shine again?

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lucysmam Wed 24-Sep-08 20:52:10

It's only about 2 months old but doesn't look half as shiny as it did when I bought it sad

Wondered if anyone knew of a way to get shiny stainless steel back to how it should be?

Thanks smile

RubySlippers Wed 24-Sep-08 20:52:48

baby oil

Bellie Wed 24-Sep-08 20:54:59

baby oil apparently

lucysmam Wed 24-Sep-08 21:09:37

shock really

I will try that when oh is at work I think . . . can see him getting ideas otherwise wink

thingamajig Wed 24-Sep-08 21:10:29


lucysmam Wed 24-Sep-08 21:13:28

I don't think we have any of that thingamajig, although I could be wrong, the tool box is full of shite useful stuff we never use wink

GeorgeAndFred Wed 24-Sep-08 21:15:24


fabulous cloths, and they work.

make a fab job on my bin, oven, toasters, kettle......

GeorgeAndFred Wed 24-Sep-08 21:17:04


lucysmam Wed 24-Sep-08 21:19:02

If I had the fiver they cost I would get some. But don't have it atm. Will be getting some soon though <crosses fingers> as everyone's raved about them on here

ILikeYourSleeves Wed 24-Sep-08 21:22:26

What can you use to get the gunk off stainless steel? We seem to have kitchen grease and gunk on the kettle and toaster (not loads but it def doesn't look new anymore), tried to clean it with a normal scouring pad but I didn't want to scratch it. Normal sponge doesn't seem to work either.

llareggub Wed 24-Sep-08 21:23:34

I use baby wipes.

poshwellies Thu 25-Sep-08 10:24:36

I use this 9%7C1269%7C5067

Works a treat on grimy stainless steel but I second ecloths too-they are fab.

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