Remove scratches from stainless steel appliances?
Remove fine scratches from stainless steel by using a non-abrasive cleaner like Bon Ami, Comet or Bar Keepers Friend.
Try Bar Keepers Friend.
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Use a non-abrasive cleaner like Bon Ami, Comet, Bar Keeper's Friend to buff out the scratches. These cleaners come in cream and powder forms, so if you select the powder, you'll need to make a paste of it with water. Rub with a moistened cloth or a sponge it in the direction of the grain, do this and check occasionally to see if the scratches are gone, if not keep on going until the scratches are gone. If you find you need a little bit of abrasiveness, a whitening toothpaste will do, again go with the grain and use a soft toothbrush. Wipe away the toothpaste with a wet rag , looking to see if the scratches are gone. If so, then out on some oil or a polish, then condition the appliance where you did the work.
and it worked like a charm.
I am sorry you have scratches on your stainless steel appliances. I hope this helps you remove the scratches.
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Hi there, here's a great video that will sow you how - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVP0IW-cg7c
Here is some info to help you. https://youtu.be/2LMoaUWfp4M
Use a non-abrasive compound such as Bar Keeper's Friend or Revere Stainless Steel and Copper Cleaner.
I use Bar Keeper's Friend on my stainless steel sink.
Here's a post that might help - https://www.bobvila.com/articles/how-to-remove-scratches-from-stainless-steel/
I highly recommend this product and it's not expensive:
Hi Suzebaby: Give this a try: Apply a small amount of the scratch remover compound to a microfiber cloth and then very gently rub it back and forth over the scratch, working in the direction of the metal's grain. Be sure to only go with the grain. Continue until the scratch buffs out and gently wipe the surface with a fresh, barely damp microfiber cloth to remove any compound residue. Good luck
I’ve found a lot of “stainless steel” appliances are not stainless at all, but much softer anodized aluminum. The aluminum is prone to scratching.
Whatever you use, you’ll want to be very consistent with working in the direction of the “grain”.
I use my glass stove top cleaner. It smooths things out, and wipes off.
Thank you both so much. Good advice 😊
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Wow! Thank you so much everyone. I've got so many terrific tips. The scratch just occurred... We don't know how and it's on the oven door. I'll keep you posted 😊