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Bought this for my stick house -- it worked. Tried in in my RV -- it worked. I looked for any prior discussion of this product in the archive -- came up empty.

I have no connection to this company.

Easy to use. Really gets the smudges off the stainless. (Frankly, I find stainless fixtures to be annoying -- it shows dirt, and Windex often will not take off the smudges.)


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Have not tried that brand so I can't comment. We've used Weiman's for several years on our stainless steel fridge and it works good too.

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I worked at a major pizza chain about 20 years ago we had a bunch of stainless steel, tables, racks, pizza ovens etc.. Once a month we would have to take baby oil on a rag an rub a light coat on everything.. Kept it real shiny.. Daily cleaning was just dish soap..


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Spray Pledge works great

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"Sprayway" glass cleaner works great too. However I am going to try this baby oil idea.


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I use olive oil to clean our stainless appliances. It really works well.

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Tried Olive Oil - ugh! It left a residue on the fridge that I had to scrub off. Purchased CLR Stainless Steel cleaner and won't use anything else. Perfect even for the little splatters of grease on the MW glass front, over the range. Cleans that off with no streaking.


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ReneeG wrote:

Tried Olive Oil - ugh! It left a residue on the fridge that I had to scrub off. Purchased CLR Stainless Steel cleaner and won't use anything else. Perfect even for the little splatters of grease on the MW glass front, over the range. Cleans that off with no streaking.


I'm convinced all the dedicated stainless steel cleaners, like the one I posted, and you posted and the op posted all work outstanding well.

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My wife uses Murphy's Oil Soap on her SS appliances.


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