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How to Remove Tape Residue From Stainless Appliances

by Melissa Lewis
Whether a child taped his favorite drawing on your stainless steel appliance or the manufacturer's sticker was a bit too tacky, don't fret. You can clean the tape residue left behind without scraping it off, which may damage the surface. Because removing the tape residue will likely leave streaks, c...

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    Liquid gold. Use that.

  • meredith s

    No! Don't use olive oil! It will look good at first but doesn't really clean stainless well. Over time it just builds up and collects dirt and dust and actually makes it harder to clean.

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    Oops, don't use baby oil or olive oil! Stainless cleaner only.

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  • Dee Lund-Roche

    I did this on my Fridge at home and it really works. We had marks all over it and now it looks beautiful!

  • Clara E.

    Amazing! You must try it.

  • Bob F

    This is worth a try!

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    Staci...thanks for the info.

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  • Kate Sedinger

    this really works! it also cleans anywhere that has kitchen grease, like the area above the stove and the tea kettle. it's miraculous!

  • Sheila David

    Will def be trying this !!!

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