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I have a scratch on door of new refidge - please help

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Hi ibjones5474,
Dont let that scratch get ya down. It is really easy to get that scratch fixed. You will first need to buy you some appliance touchup paint. You can get a small bottle about the size of a nail polish. It even has a little brush inside like nail polish. If you get the correct color just brush a little into the scratch and viola, all better. If you have a stainless steel refrigerator that scratch is going to be a part of your life as long as you own the refrigerator. Good luck to ya and remember when you are buying your touchup you may need to order for the brand and color not just the color. Whirlpool bisque may be different than frigidaire bisque. Also you may want to practice your painting technique on a hidden spot before you jump in. Keep a clean cloth on hand also incase you have a run, just wipe it off and start again. See ya... MCA0824@aol.com

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