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Posted: 07/18/12 11:17pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Does anyone know how to clean aluminum can marks off a white door shelf in the refrigerator? Wasn't thinking when I put several coke cans in the frig. After the damage was done, now I've put paper towels under the cans.


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Some rubbing compound should work. The soft stuff, not hard. Maybe some wax.

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Acetone on a rag, wet.

Wipe quick, don't linger.

Acetone is harsh on any surface if you linger and rub rub rub. Best is wet on rag, not damp, couple quick wipes and done. Acetone will evaporate quickly.


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Janss....Soft Scrub works well. I cut rubberized shelf material to fit the bottom of the shelfs. It works great for keeping them from getting marked up by the aluminum cans.


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Posted: 07/19/12 01:56am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Try one of those Mr. Clean scrubby pads...on some things amazing results...on others not so much, but could work well for this.


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Posted: 07/19/12 02:59am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Diplomat Don wrote:

I cut rubberized shelf material to fit the bottom of the shelfs. It works great for keeping them from getting marked up by the aluminum cans.


Same here.


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Barkeeper's Friend---a very mild abrasive cleaner, excellent for removing marks like that.


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Mr Clean Magic Eraser, It isn't abrasive to the surface and is easy to use.
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x2 Barkeepers friend.....now comes in liquid form like soft scrub...works.





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Posted: 07/19/12 07:52am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Try the Magic Eraser...it truely is amazing. It has a micro scrubbing material that can scratch soft surfaces so be careful not to rub too hard with any product.


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