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    Default Cleaning stainless steel partitions in restrooms

    Hello there. I work in the janitorial business and was wondering what you would recommend for cleaning stainless steel restroom partitions. I have tried baking soda and water and does not do a good job.

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    Andrew T. Harvey

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    what are you trying to remove?
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    Just keeping them nice and shiny. I wash them every week.

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    have you tried armor-all? wear gloves, it makes your hands stink.
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    this Armor All - Product Detail

    sysco makes a stainless steel cleaner. honestly if you just need to swipe, i would do a bucket of sudsy water and a rag. armor -all to keep them shiny.
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    look at this funny video

    Armor All - Product Detail
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    Use Windex. My dau worked @ an ice cream shop & that is what they used. I use it on my kitchen sink & it works. Better yet, I'm using windshield spray, (what you use for your cars) buying it buy the gallon-on sale.
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    Thanks for your help. I will try the Armor-all and see what happens

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    I work in a school cafeteria and we have lots of stainless steel.
    We wash it with soapy water first and then vinegar water and wipe it down with a dry towel. Looks like new everyday.
    lots cheaper than armor all

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