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Cleaning tips.

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To clean your kettle of limestone-Put about a couple of tablespoons of white vinegar in the kettle and enough water to the minimum level, and bring to the boil.It works, I've tried it. For cleaning your stainless steel covered kitchen furniture-ie-cookers,microwaves,etc, use Johnsons baby oil on a soft cloth. It shines a treat. :)


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Maggy wrote: For cleaning your stainless steel covered kitchen furniture-ie-cookers,microwaves,etc, use Johnsons baby oil on a soft cloth. It shines a treat. :)
[face=Comic Sans MS]I don't know about cleaning your stainless steel, but the baby oil certainly gives it a nice 'show room' finish when it's clean.

I've also seen Johnsons baby oil used on a photo shoot. :) For....[/face]
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Oh Yuk Hepzi :nn

I did that when I was in Luxor this time wth the kettle Maggy, you're right it worked, at least no more sludgy coffee :D

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Post by Wills »

You could not leave water in the kettle, when you boiled it up again it tasted YUK

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Of course not Wills, you just boil fresh water up again, and rinse out your kettle.:lol:
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I use baby wipes to wipe my stainless steel, works a treat :)
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Oh Jojo, I've got some of those facial cleanses that are like baby wipes. Maybe they'll work too.:)
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Post by Horus »

Another excellent labour saving method for cleaning stainless steel
is to get your wife to do it :lol:
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Yah git :P
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Chauvenist P-G.:lol:
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