We just finished the kitchen renovation of the apartment we rent out. We wanted to upgrade our stove, so we planned a little switcheroo, our one-year old stove to the apartment and a new stove for us. The problem is that after one year, our "stainless" steel stove looked like this:
I've tried several stainless steel cleaners and none of them removed the water stains. It looked terrible. I felt horrible sending it over to the new apartment kitchen. A little research on Google turned up some recommendation for silver polish or Bartender's Keeper, but I was home alone with the girls sleeping upstairs and couldn't go anywhere, so my search continued for something I already had. And that's when I discovered a recommendation for WD-40.
In disbelief, I tried a tiny area first. I was completely shocked and in an instant, I had removed all of the water stains from the oven door!
Looks amazing, right?! Like new, you might say? I went on to remove the grease that had remained on the control panel as well. Suffice it to say that when the stove went to the apartment, it fit right in with the new fridge and microwave!
All thanks to my new little friend!...