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Went to Currys today for a silver fridge/freezer, they all seem to be stainless steel now. I hate dirty/sticky fingerprints etc have any of you found them to be a problem for this? lol sorry if I seem… Read More
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10m, 2w agoPosted 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Went to Currys today for a silver fridge/freezer, they all seem to be stainless steel now. I hate dirty/sticky fingerprints etc have any of you found them to be a problem for this? lol sorry if I seem o.c.d'ish just don't want to spend a lot on something that will annoy me every time it's used!
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10m, 2w agoPosted 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
I had a stainless steel microwave, and hated it, was constantly cleaning it, and also it went rusty. Refuse to buy anything stainless steel for the kitchen now, ( we also live in a hard water area, so a stainless steel sink we once had was horrible too as had limescale and water marks to clean off all the time) .
However my friend has a silver coloured fridge freezer which isn't stainless steel , which doesn't show marks all the time.
http://ao.com/l/fridge_freezers-silver/1-17/26/?sort=aol_saleincvat
All depends how much it will bother you, some people can cope with odd marks.


Edited By: tinkerbellian on Aug 08, 2016 20:54
#2
Our brushed stainless Siemens one is fine - it doesn't get prints.
#3
I keep telling Jerry to wash his hands before he comes to bed for the exact same reason.
kidding...

I have stainless steel all over the kitchen and I find those baby wipes remove most marks quite easily
#4
You can get stainless steel cleaners from the supermarket. Wipes and sprays. Best thing is wash over the steel and dry. Then a drop of baby oil on a soft cloth. Keep a Micro fiber cloth for the job and buff over. Looks fantastic. Old kitchen fitters trick.
#5
tinkerbellian
I had a stainless steel microwave, and hated it, was constantly cleaning it, and also it went rusty. Refuse to buy anything stainless steel for the kitchen now, ( we also live in a hard water area, so a stainless steel sink we once had was horrible too as had limescale and water marks to clean off all the time) .
However my friend has a silver coloured fridge freezer which isn't stainless steel , which doesn't show marks all the time.http://ao.com/l/fridge_freezers-silver/1-17/26/?sort=aol_saleincvat
All depends how much it will bother you, some people can cope with odd marks.
Ah glad I'm not the only one. After reading that comment it is definitely a NO! Just the thing I'm after plain silver, I will take a look thanks.
#6
baby oil!!
#7
rubytuesday0203
baby oil!!


Yep. Used in the kitchen centre showrooms. Works a treat. You don't get the streaks and the surface is not oily as you would think. Works like a wax on the car I guess.. Anyway try a small patch for interest. Trust me.. Lol
#8
Steamer will CleaN it and leave no residue.
#9
wayners
rubytuesday0203
baby oil!!
Yep. Used in the kitchen centre showrooms. Works a treat. You don't get the streaks and the surface is not oily as you would think. Works like a wax on the car I guess.. Anyway try a small patch for interest. Trust me.. Lol

Beat me to it.

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