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water stains on stainless steel fridge

chicklet

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Help! Just picked up a stainless steel fridge (4 years old) and the guys had it covered up with a tarp but i think it got abit of water when it was raining. My sister applied stainless steel cleaner but it doesn't seem to be coming off. Would they disappear maybe once the fridge is running for awhile?? Any suggestions?
 

Chrisky

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You could try rubbing on a little bit of vegetable cooking oil. It might reduce some of the marks.
 

Andar

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When we bought our first stainless appliance, they told me to "season" it with baby oil. Just put a LITTLE on a rag rub with the grain then wipe off. I do this every 6 months or so and have no problems with finger prints, stains, etc. Not sure if it would remove existing stains, but it is worth a try.
 
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