Yes,it takes a lot of elbow grease but tends not to easily remove grease
and other strangely coloured splats. When he had Oak finish units Mr
Sheen did the job well but now we don't want a polish type
Citrus oil based cleaners are good at tackling grease residues, they
were popular for a while in supermarket products and although they
aren't so common now they are still effective and worth looking out for.
If stuck, look at janitorial suppliers.
Will brows the shelves in Tescoland for something like that. We have
been reluctant to use neat cleaners in case of taking the shine off the
Talking of Janitorial supplies the caretaker in our building is looking
for a cleaner for the matt stainless steel surfaces in our recently
replaced lift. The main problem is finger marks on the surfaces.
Does it not leave the surface oily or sticky? We were in a restaurant
where the they had rather nice tables but resting your hands on it they
felt like they were sticking to it. The owner said that that they used a
special oil on them.
We bought a packet of Fridge Gem hygienic wipes and tried one on one of
the cabinet doors. It cleaned it very well so that will be the method of
I am intrigued enough to try the baby oil next time. If it does not work
I suppose that I could use it to give my wife a massage:-)
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