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Remove a scratch from stainless steel by scrubbing the scratch with a liquid abrasive cleaning product, then scrubbing any remaining scratch with wet sandpaper. You need a liquid abrasive cleaner, a sponge, 1,000-grit sa... More »

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To remove rust from stainless steel knives, use a baking soda and water solution. Rub the solution on the rusted area with a soft toothbrush, rinse, and wipe the rust off with a dry paper towel. More »

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Unsightly coffee stains can ruin the appearance of a stainless steel sink. Fortunately, coffee stains can be removed with this simple, 10-minute process. Make sure to have vinegar, soap, and a soft cloth or scrubbing bru... More »

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Polish stainless steel by cleaning the surface with mild detergent, applying glass cleaner to get rid of fingerprints and buffing out scratches with stainless steel cleaner. You need warm water, dishwashing liquid, a cle... More »

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Stainless steel can usually be cleaned using warm water, states About.com. Tougher dirt sometimes requires a mild detergent. Glass cleaner works on fingerprints, while stainless steel cleaner is generally recommended for... More »

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Merits of boxes that are made of stainless steel include that they don't develop rust easily, they are difficult to bend or destroy, and stainless steel boxes and the process of their production are not harmful to the en... More »

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Stainless steel ductwork generally refers to HVAC ducting components made of stainless steel, although the term is sometimes erroneously used to refer to larger, galvanized steel ducts. Stainless steel ductwork is more c... More »

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