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Make sure that the stainless isn't coated with some sort of clearcoat before you use anything abrasive on it. My brother owned a Delorean for a while, and the factory recommended that the car be cleaned with water and fine steel wool used in a circular motion. The car always looked better than my brother did when it was finished.

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I use an oil based cleaner "Sprayway." It's the best I've used. Use clean cheesecloth and wipe with the grain in a straight line never across the grain, it can scratch. Always wipe from one end to the other and don't change directions in the middle of the piece, that will make swirl scratches. If something gets spilled on the stainless don't let it dry, clean it off right away with soap and water then get out the Sprayway. SS is a PITA
 

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I used a product called "Shelia Shine" from Ace is the place Hardware ... It cleans, protects, and shines the Stainless like you have never seen ... Not cheap but a good product and it smells good too ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
 
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