Shallow scratches can be covered up by rubbing the stainless steel with a non-metallic, abrasive cleaning pad, such as a Scotch Brite pad, in line with the polishing pattern of the steel. Deeper scratches typically remai... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance

In order to cut stainless steel, set up a safe work space, assess the thickness of the steel, and use the correct tool for cutting. Circular saws work well for thinner pieces of steel, while plasma cutters are necessary ... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance Tools

Make homemade stainless steel cleaner by filling a new spray bottle with undiluted distilled vinegar, according to Spray the stainless steel, and wipe the surface dry with a soft cloth. The vinegar removes any... More » Home & Garden Cleaning Cleaning Products

To remove scratches from a mirror, apply white toothpaste or polishing powder to a damp towel or rag and rub gently at the scratch until it is completely gone. If the scratches are too deep or are on the reverse of the m... More »

Manually buffing the scratch with a wool polishing pad can remove scratches from glass; using an electric buffer on medium speed is also an option. Buffing is done with cerium oxide or jeweler's rouge. Manual buffing req... More »

Renovate cultured marble shower walls by removing scratches using a wool pad on a high-speed buffer and automobile finishing compound. If the walls have deep scratches, wet sand them using 800- to 1000-grit wet sandpaper... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance

It is possible to paint stainless steel. There are some products that are specifically designed to paint stainless steel, such as Thomas Liquid Stainless Steel paint. Spray paints like Krylon and Rust-Oleum also produce ... More »