Removing Scratches From Stainless Steel

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Stainless steel is often found on appliances, and scratches in stainless steel can usually be buffed out with a soft-bristled toothbrush and whitening toothpaste. Use a metal polish to finish cleaning up stainless steel with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on stainless steel scratches.

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Hi, I'm Rachel Yatuzis and I'm going to teach you about removing scratches from stainless steel. Stainless steel a lot of times, nowadays is found in appliances; it's usually always what your sink is made of or your faucet. So if you have some scratches, it's not a big deal. Stainless steel is usually a pretty durable substance; but you can buff small scratches out pretty easily. First you want to move any debris; I'm going to use this surface as an example. Whitening toothpaste is excellent for removing scratches from even glass; stainless steel especially, it's really good for that. It's a little, little bit abrasive, not too abrasive so it's really good for, for removing scratches. You want to get a soft bristled toothbrush and just buff that whitening toothpaste onto wherever the scratch maybe or scratches depending on the case. And occasionally, you want to get a wet rug; I want to wet this one a little bit and wipe the area clean so you can see what kind of progress you're making. You may see; you know, okay, the scratch is not as deep anymore. So you want to add a little bit more toothpaste and buff again. Keep doing this and repeat this process until the scratches are no longer visible and then if you want to add a little bit of shine, grab some metal polish to the finishing touch like this Brasso works great and just buff it into there as the direction say as usual and your stainless steel should look as good as new. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and that is how you remove scratches from stainless steel.

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