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Is there a way to completely remove the clear coat protective finish for on Stainless Steel appliances?

I has come off in a sizable area & the only way to make it passable is to remove the coating from the rest. Does anyone know how to remove the finish?

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Try a small amount of acetone and rub with a piece of scotchbright in the directions of the grain of the stainless.should work.Good Luck

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the stainless steel need a special agent according to its degree so you need to communicate with the seller of this product
and opay his rule
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i am in the uk and i use barkeepers friend this usually shifts anything on steel i dont know if you use something different in the u/s.its a white powdery substance which you aply with a damp clth then wipe of as it dries works superbly.

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Try this at your own risk. Step 1 Consider using a product made for stainless steel2_bing.gif such as Scratch-B-Gone or Bar Keepers Friend (see Tips).

  • Step 2 Or, try spraying an all-purpose cleaner (such as Formula 4092_bing.gif) on the scratches.
  • Step 3 Use a non-metal scouring pad (such as Scotch-Brite pads) to rub the cleaner in, always rubbing in the direction of the grain.
  • Step 4 Keep the stainless steel wet with the cleaner as you work, and rinse the pad often.
  • Step 5 Rinse the surface and wipe dry.
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    Tips & Warnings
    • Before using any treatment on your stainless cookware, sink or appliances, it is wise to call the manufacturer for advice.
    • A new product called Scratch-B-Gone is touted as the "first aid kit for stainless steel." You can find it at many home improvement stores.
    • Bar Keepers Friend is another product for stainless steel. It can be found in most grocery or home improvement stores, or at www.barkeepersfriend.com.
    • To keep stainless steel sinks from scratching, put a rubber mat in the bottom of the sink to protect it.
    • Avoid using abrasive
    Please rate 4 thumbs for the free answer

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    Try this at your own risk. Step 1 Consider using a product made for stainless steel2_bing.gif such as Scratch-B-Gone or Bar Keepers Friend (see Tips).
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  • jQuery('.article ol .image').each(function(i,e){ var $this = jQuery(this); $this.find('img').error(function(){ jQuery(this).remove(); $this.remove(); }); });
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    • To keep stainless steel sinks from scratching, put a rubber mat in the bottom of the sink to protect it.
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    By accident super glue got on the oven stainless steel door and has left a long scar part of which penatrated the outer coating-what can I do


    the stainless steel need a special agent according to its degree so you need to communicate with the seller of this product
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