I have a white enamel fridge. Years of smoking has yellowed the
colour. I have tried a couple of products and it seems that
bleaching creams like Jif and Ajax creams (which include a fine
abrasive powder within the cream) work best at whitening the
fridge. It says on the bottle of Jif cream cleanser that it can
be used on white goods and all non-porous surfaces. Is this the
best way to go to bring back as much of the white of the fridge
as I can?
I also want to clean very slightly rough textured, matt-finished,
veneered cupboard doors. They are next to impossible to clean.
I imagine that the same Jif cream cleanser would clean those too
with enough arm power, but what interests me more is to know if
veneered cupboard doors can be painted over in a gloss paint to
make them easier to clean in future?
Maybe there's another way of making them easier to clean?
Any help is gratefully received.