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post #1 of Old 12-30-2009, 05:38 AM Thread Starter
 
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Bayes DfE Stainless Steel Cleaner

Hi friends,
I am currently using "Bayes DfE Stainless Steel Cleaner" brand. Bayes Stainless Steel Cleaner has been specifically designed to safely clean stainless steel while leaving behind a non-toxic surface saving protectant. This micro thin oil based layer seals the surface from airborne environmental elements while virtually eliminating typical fingerprints and smudges. Daily cleaning is no longer necessary to keep your stainless steel surfaces always looking their best. Wondering if anyone has had experience in using anything different.
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You got an MSDS on that? There may be one in the link you provided , but I don't see it.

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I just started using pledge Stainless Steel cleaner; .I got them at the supermarket. After trying many things this work very well! It was truly surprised for me. I guess it's like pledge but on pre-moistened clean.


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post #4 of Old 01-11-2010, 06:56 AM Thread Starter
 
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Hi

Thanks for your information for another cleaner.
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This micro thin oil based layer seals the surface from airborne environmental elements while virtually eliminating typical fingerprints and smudges.
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It is best to use the cleaner with a soft cloth and rub for some time with balanced pressure. Don't use your nails or excessive pressure at any time-if necessary, you can switch to stronger cleaning products
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Cantol's product Hi-Brite designed to clean, polish and protect the original finish of metal surfaces (stainless steel, aluminum, brass, chrome, copper) and other hard washable surfaces (formica., plastics,, porcelain). HI-BRITE easily removes, without abrasive agents, tough oil based stains,, water spots, fingerprints, smudges, spills, and food soils. HI-BRITE polishes as it cleans and leaves no greasy film. HI-BRITE leaves a unique coating which resists unsightly water spots, fingerprints, grease and grime. HI-BRITE contains all edible ingredients which enables it to be used anywhere with confidence.
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Today cleaning the things and keeping those things as neat and clear manner is the essential thing, for cleaning the stainless steel items we are using the many cleansers. In market there are many type of cleansers are available, so choose which one is suitable for your requirements.
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