We recently acquired stainless steel appliances and have tried 4 different
cleaners ... they all work to some extent but all have problems. The worst
problem is that they tend to interact with each other and produce a streaky
WD-40 works like a champ, is faster/easier, and is less costly.
I know, a bit OT ... please be kind.
On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 16:49:18 -0500, "Charles Schuler"
A much better cleaner is that waterless hand cleaner used in machine
shops and garages. It takes out grease and stains and even polishes
the metal. All it needs is a dry paper towel to finish up as it does
not leave any residue like oils or soap.
Check out a janitorial supply. They make a stainless "oil" we used to use
to shine the pi$$ out of drinking fountains. On the dixie choppers, I use
ATF. But it collects dust. But on a lawnmower, what the hell.
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