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  • Briana Langlois

    How to clean that oily, sticky residue off of appliances or just clean stainless steel. I wish i knew this a long time ago. 1 tbsp of cream of tartar, a few drops of water. Makes a milk like solution. Scrub with sponge. Wipe off with damp paper towel

  • Corine Colt

    How to #clean #that #oily, #sticky #residue off of appliances. I wish i knew this a long time ago #cleaning #tips

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    This worked great!! I even used baby oil after I was done to shine up the chrome of the faucet like I saw on another pinterest post.

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