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Stainless steel fridge cleaning disaster!!! Help please!!!

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merlin Sat 06-Jun-09 21:44:06

Not sure what has happened but just can't get it smear free. have tried cleaning it down with soapy water and then buffing but STILL smeary!!!

What do I do? Please help it is annoying the hell out of me!!!!

merlin Sat 06-Jun-09 21:52:50

OK I know it's a really boring subject for a Sat eve but that's the sort of sad person I am!!

Millarkie Sat 06-Jun-09 21:53:57

I seem to remember that you're meant to wipe stainless steel fridges with babyoil. I've used an e-cloth on ours (but ours is not shiny steel, is more dull and easier to clean)

sazzerbear Sat 06-Jun-09 21:55:16

This is great for all sorts of things inc stainless steel - works well on my grimy stainless stell microwave! grin
keepers friend

moomaa Sat 06-Jun-09 21:58:19

Try WD40

ps it would annoy the hell out of me too and then annoy me even more than it already was as I would know that I am getting it out of perspective...

merlin Sat 06-Jun-09 22:03:04

mooma - exactly!!! I know it shouldn't bother me but IT DOES!!!!

StealthPolarBear Sat 06-Jun-09 22:04:03

babyoil worked well on my SS oven
Wipe it off really well or you'll be smearing it for months
I also went out and bought some method ss stuff but it's no better

StealthPolarBear Sat 06-Jun-09 22:05:10

oh and in the interests of losing perspective and stainless steel (what a coincidence ) take a look at my unwanted gifts thread

sazzerbear Sat 06-Jun-09 22:08:26

Stealth - your mum can give me the presents instead! grin

StealthPolarBear Sat 06-Jun-09 22:09:11

Just glad I didn't ask in AIBU!

sazzerbear Sat 06-Jun-09 22:13:04

Stainless steel is a b*gger to clean though, toasters are the worst IMO! grin

StealthPolarBear Sat 06-Jun-09 22:14:48

no they're not - run a soapy cloth over them! They don't look clean (hence my gripe) but they are and they'll do for me

bigted Sat 06-Jun-09 22:31:22

merlin I used to work in a restaurant with all ss appliances.
We rubbed them with an abrasive scourer (ajax powder) and a damp cloth then rubbed dry with kitchen roll.


PerfectPrefect Sat 06-Jun-09 22:34:43

MICROFIBRE CLOTH used dry should do it. If not dampen lightly. No other products necessary.

Don't use any type of oil product unless you actually have to remove stains or it will smear and smear and smear.

blowninonabreeze Sat 06-Jun-09 22:37:24

e cloth
Not sure if it the same as a microfibre cloth?

PerfectPrefect Sat 06-Jun-09 22:47:31

Yes e cloth is a brand of microfibre cloth I believe.

You do get different types for different jobs they have different textures - I got apack of 3 different ones and sometimes I use a coarser one than suggested for that job as it lifts the dirt better.

merlin Sun 07-Jun-09 14:12:41

Thanks all! Will get down to Lakeland for my ecloth then!!!

MARGOsBeenDrinkingTea Sun 07-Jun-09 14:31:33

WD40 also works. Have you got any in the house to have a try with?

Tiredmumno1 Sun 07-Jun-09 20:40:45

I have heard dr power the yellow one in the tin works in the jml range, i am gonna see if it works

Hormonesnomore Sun 07-Jun-09 20:47:25

e-cloths/microfibre cloths. Damp one first, followed by dry one to polish.

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