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Making Older Appliances Look New

When I was cleaning my small appliances (toaster, can opener, coffee maker etc.) the other day, I noticed they were not shiny black anymore. After cleaning them I applied Armour All with a soft cloth and now they look like new! They are 5 years old.

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By Kathie from South Portland, ME

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July 20, 20140 found this helpful

Mine are fifty years old and still look spanking new! I wipe them down with Lemon Oil every time I clean the surface which is daily.

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July 19, 20150 found this helpful

Great Idea. I use WD-40 on stainless steel appliances. Makes them clean & beautiful and conditions the metal.

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