Remove Scratches from Stainless Steel Refrigerator?

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In order to remove scratches from a stainless steel refrigerator, you can use some cooking oil and a gray Scotchbrite pad. Rub the marks going with the grain. You can then go over the same area with a maroon Scotchbrite pad to complete the finish.
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1. Use baby oil. If your stainless steel refrigerator is covered with a lot of tiny, thin scratches, a baby oil polish will mask almost all of them. This may just remove the appearance
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1 Use oil to saturate the scratch. Place a small amount of baby oil on the surface of a clean rag. Gently wipe the rag across the scratch, moving with the grain of the steel surface
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There is a product called "Cameo" that works really well for light scratches. We use it on our stainless steel tables at work, where we just cut right on the table. It is
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Depending on how deep the rust has eaten into the metal, you can try with vinegar first and see if it will come off. If the rust is deeper then you may have to use sanding paper and
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To remove scratches from stainless steel, you will need a scotch brite pad, vegetable oil and a paper towel. Apply a little vegetable oil on the scratched surface ...
1. Dab a little bit of vegetable oil onto the scratch and then wipe it away with a dry paper towel. This will diminish the appearance of small scratches. In some ...
1. Dab a little bit of vegetable oil onto the scratch and then wipe it away with a dry paper towel. This will diminish the appearance of small scratches. In some ...
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