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 » Home & Garden Cleaning

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 » Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal

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 » Home & Garden Kitchen Tableware
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