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Black refrigerator finish

I bought a new LG black fridge in the Fall. I made the horrible mistake of putting a rubbery "fake blood" on the front at Halloween. The blood came right off but left an oily looking mark where it was all the way across the top of my fridge. I have tried everything to get rid of the spot and now the front is loosing the gloss look and has swirls in it. I am so upset! Anything out there that I can use to get it glossy again?

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Not sure if this will work but you can give it a try. Get a hair dryer and heat the area. Hold it away from it though and see if it works. It is worth a shot.

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