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I could have saved a few hundred $ by choosing bisque white appliances
over stainless steel but NOOOO! I had to get the fancy ones. The
fingerprints come off easily enough but how do you get rid of the
streaks? The pop-up sheets and the cream SS cleaner don't really do it.

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On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 14:20:02 -0500, Moka Java
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I could have saved a few hundred $ by choosing bisque white appliances
over stainless steel but NOOOO! I had to get the fancy ones. The
fingerprints come off easily enough but how do you get rid of the
streaks? The pop-up sheets and the cream SS cleaner don't really do it.


I use Lemon Oil Furniture polish. One wipe and it looks great!
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On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 14:20:02 -0500, Moka Java
wrote:

I could have saved a few hundred $ by choosing bisque white appliances
over stainless steel but NOOOO! I had to get the fancy ones. The
fingerprints come off easily enough but how do you get rid of the
streaks? The pop-up sheets and the cream SS cleaner don't really do it.


I use Lemon Oil Furniture polish. One wipe and it looks great!



Do you keep a fire extinguisher handy?

Am I the only person in the world that doesn't give a darn about how my
stainless steel looks? Guess so.
Dee Dee


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On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 14:20:02 -0500, Moka Java wrote:

I could have saved a few hundred $ by choosing bisque white appliances
over stainless steel but NOOOO! I had to get the fancy ones. The
fingerprints come off easily enough but how do you get rid of the
streaks? The pop-up sheets and the cream SS cleaner don't really do it.


Hmmm -- what streaks? After cleaning, do you wipe dry with a dishtowel? I do,
and I've never seen any streaks.

One thing that might do it: stainless steel has "grain", and you should always
wipe it dry _with_ the grain. Not doing so might be the cause of your streaks.

-- Larry
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pltrgyst wrote:
On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 14:20:02 -0500, Moka Java wrote:

I could have saved a few hundred $ by choosing bisque white appliances
over stainless steel but NOOOO! I had to get the fancy ones. The
fingerprints come off easily enough but how do you get rid of the
streaks? The pop-up sheets and the cream SS cleaner don't really do it.


Hmmm -- what streaks? After cleaning, do you wipe dry with a dishtowel? I do,
and I've never seen any streaks.

One thing that might do it: stainless steel has "grain", and you should always
wipe it dry _with_ the grain. Not doing so might be the cause of your streaks.

-- Larry


Yes, of course I'm wiping with the grain. The grin is vertical. The
vertical wipe lines are uneven in their reflectance luminance, I dunno?
Maybe Dee Dee has the right idea.


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Moka Java wrote:
pltrgyst wrote:
On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 14:20:02 -0500, Moka Java
wrote:

I could have saved a few hundred $ by choosing bisque white
appliances over stainless steel but NOOOO! I had to get the fancy
ones. The fingerprints come off easily enough but how do you get rid
of the streaks? The pop-up sheets and the cream SS cleaner don't
really do it.


Hmmm -- what streaks? After cleaning, do you wipe dry with a
dishtowel? I do,
and I've never seen any streaks.

One thing that might do it: stainless steel has "grain", and you
should always
wipe it dry _with_ the grain. Not doing so might be the cause of your
streaks.

-- Larry


Yes, of course I'm wiping with the grain. The grin is vertical. The
vertical wipe lines are uneven in their reflectance luminance, I dunno?
Maybe Dee Dee has the right idea.


She does.
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Moka Java wrote:

pltrgyst wrote:

One thing that might do it: stainless steel has "grain"....


Yes, of course I'm wiping with the grain....


Oh, well, never mind.

-- Larry ("What's all this fuss about presidential erections?")


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