Question about Refrigerators
IN MOVING THERE ARE SCRATCHES IN THE OUTSIDE OF MY FRIG DOOR. I TRIED BAKING SODA AND WATER.
GRAY IS THE COLOR I CAN SEE AS A RESULT OF THE MARK. IS GRAY THE COLOR OF THE FRIG UNDER THE WHITE OUTTER COLOR.
I HAVE AN OLDER CROSLEY. DATE ON DOOR IS 9510
Grey is the primer color applied to the bare metal befor the color coat is applied
try touch up paint
or replace the door
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May 17, 2013 | Optics
No need to worry, as
long as the burn mark is not too deep, this is a quick and easy fix.
Begin by wiping down the surface using a rag and soapy
water. Next you will need to make a
paste using baking soda and water (three parts baking soda to one part water)
and apply over the burn mark. Allow this
paste to sit for 20-30 minutes. Next you
will need to use an old toothbrush and scrub the area until the mark has
disappeared - you may need to apply more paste.
Wash away the mess.
Since your vanity surface is laminate - as long as it is
white - you can use plain white toothpaste instead of the baking soda/water
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Put on a pair of plastic gloves and smear a thick layer of Armour Etch etching compound on your sunglass lenses---the tops and the bottoms of the lenses. Leave the Armour Etch on the sunglasses for five minutes and then rinse it off under the faucet with cold water. You can find Armour Etch at any craft store. It is designed to be a fast acting etching compound and works great for getting rid of scratches.
Spray lemon Pledge furniture polish directly on your lenses, both front and back. Rub it in with a rag. Wash the sunglasses with dish soap and water.
Spray the liquid Band-Aid on the sunglass lenses being careful to wipe off any excess with a paper towel. Let the liquid dry and then wear your sunglasses.
Liquid Band-Aid is sold at pharmacies.
Apply BRASSO furniture polish to your lenses and rub it in for three minutes. This product tackles the really stubborn scratches. Wash your lenses off with soap and water.
Rub cigarette ashes in the scratches and then wash clean. You may have to do this more than once to completely get rid of the scratch.
Use toothpaste. Apply a small amount of toothpaste on the lenses. Use a soft, cotton cloth to rub the toothpaste into the lenses. Use a small circular motion. The toothpaste will act as a filler and fill in the gap created by the scratch. Continue applying a circular motion for 10 seconds and rinse with lukewarm water. If the scratch is deep or stubborn, you might have to repeat the process.
Use baking soda to remove scratches on your sunglasses. Mix 1 part water to 2 parts baking soda to create a creamy paste. Use the cotton cloth to distribute the paste onto the scratched lens. Use a circular motion to rub the baking soda paste into the lens. Rinse with lukewarm water. More stubborn scratches warrant a second application.
Use windshield fluid. The windshield fluid will polish off the scratches. Apply a small amount of windshield fluid onto a cotton cloth. Polish the sunglasses with the cotton cloth for several seconds. This method is especially effective against smaller scratches but may not remove prominent blemishes.
Use vehicle wax. The lipids in the wax will fill in the scratches. Apply a small amount of vehicle wax onto the cotton cloth. Apply the cotton cloth into the offensive scratch. Keep using a circular motion until the scratch is removed. You may need to use several cloths, as the wax can adhere to the fabric, subsequently marring its performance.
Use an eyeglass polishing kit, which usually contain a soft cloth and polishing liquid. These kits are great to use on your glasses, telescopes and camera lenses, and can be purchased from your local drugstore or optometrist's office. The kit cost $10 to $20 in 2010.
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